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Topic - Joe Long
A little white clapboard schoolhouse sits alongside a quiet highway in rural Halifax County. On the grounds of the 4-H Rural Life Center, 13763 North Carolina Highway 903, the Allen Grove Rosenwald School is a reminder of days when African-American residents fought for the right to be educated.
The Allen Grove Rosenwald School remains a centerpiece for education, Long said.
Many of the schools were placed on the National Trust for Historic Places's endangered list, Long said, but most of them no longer exist as viable structures.