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The Builders: SC and Venetta Anderson Left an Enduring Legacy

SC Anderson teaching in his shop at Pender County Training School in Rocky Point, NC. This shop classroom building was completed in 1932 with assistance from the Rosenwald Fund and community fundraising efforts. Picture courtesy of the Hugh Morton collection at UNC Wilson Library.

A shorter version of this article appeared in the 6/18/2020 Pender-Topsail Post & Voice. All rights are reserved by Claudia Stack.

While researching and doing interviews for my documentary “Under the Kudzu”, I heard many people speak movingly about the impact that the Andersons had on their lives and on Pender County, NC. Outside of Pender County Training…




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