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Churches were the most influential black institutions in Wilmington. Black communities came together within the auspices of their churches to promote change. Collectively these institutions emphasized cohesive educational and political advancement and social well-being. These activities were central to the survival of the black community and continue into the 21st century.
African American Heritage Foundation of Wilmington 2008
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