A Place in History

By the late 1960s, civil rights victories and desegregation offered promising growth for Black Wall Street’s anchor institution, NC Mutual. With social change, the company began to move into white markets and expand its number of policyholders. Its assets continued to climb. 

Expanding into the mainstream American economy, NC Mutual built a new, monumental Durham office away from its traditional home downtown. 

A national symbol for black progress through business achievement, NC Mutual had arrived.