WILMINGTON — In 2016 residents of a predominantly Black, low-income neighborhood in northeast Greensboro joined together to find a solution to the food desert they’d endured for two decades. The result was a community-owned grocery store called the Renaissance Community Cooperative. Locals had chipped in money to open the business. Related: Podcast – The Northside … Continue reading Organizers want to bring a grocery co-op to Wilmington’s food desert. But first, the community has to get behind it.
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