Auburn University: Building Science, Architecture faculty digitally preserving Alabama’s disappearing Rosenwald Schools

Auburn University: Building Science, Architecture faculty digitally preserving Alabama’s disappearing Rosenwald Schools. “In the early decades of the 1900s when racial segregation was the norm, almost 400 schools were built in rural Alabama to serve as educational facilities for African American children. These were known as the Rosenwald Schools and, between 1912-32, they made it possible for African American children to obtain a formal education in a time when doing so would otherwise be nearly an impossibility.”

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