Historic chapter closes with N.C.'s first desegregated pool





Once, long ago, Revolution Swimming Pool was the place for young residents of Charlotte, North Carolina to see each other and be seen. Later, it became a place of history and controversy as the first municipal pool in the state to admit black customers. Now the revolution has given way to the evolution of a city. The landmark pool will close Monday to make way for a $10 million dollar recreation center.

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