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Since this study was conducted, grass-roots groups in southern Moore County - representing excluded minority communities - have obtained municipal services and increased awareness of their plight. The Jackson Hamlet neighborhood's advocacy led the town of Pinehurst to provide street lights and water and sewer services, and to pursue annexation of the community, which would allow residents to receive additional municipal services and vote in local elections. Several other neighborhoods have had similar successes, while a few are still struggling.
The story of Black communities in Small-Town North Carolina, and the consequences of that exclusion, with particular attention paid to communities in and adjacent to Pinehurst, North Carolina
The story of Black towns that incorporate to retain the identity of Black communities, only to find their struggles continue. A case study focusing on Green Level, Alamance County North Carolina, is included.
An expanded version of the Mebane case study, with color maps.