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About Greensboro

Greensboro is the county seat of Guilford County, North Carolina. It has a land area of 127 square miles. The city was named after General Nathanael Greene, who led local forces during the American Revolution. Greensboro held the first sit-in demonstration of the civil rights movement in 1960. 

Greensboro has a population of 287,000 people. From 2010 to 2016, the number of residents increased by 7%. Among adults over age 25, 89% have a high school degree, and 37% have a bachelor’s degree. Greensboro is home to 15,200 military veterans.

Foreign-born people make up 11% of the population. The ethnic composition of Greensboro is 44% white, 42% black, 7% Hispanic or Latinx, and 4% Asian. Around 16,000 Spanish speakers and 2,600 Vietnamese speakers live in Greensboro.

People in Greensboro earn an average annual wage of $26,800. The median household income is $42,800. Fifty percent of families in Greensboro own their home. Nearly 20% of city residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Greensboro

Mental health is an important issue in Greensboro. In 2017, the city sponsored a mental health resource fair to help residents understand which services are available locally. Access to care is a concern for some people in the city. Roughly 16% of Greensboro residents do not have health insurance.

In 2016, the city of Greensboro funded a mental health awareness series forum. The forum focused on public and police safety. It highlighted the challenges residents with mental health issues face regarding safety and care. It also discussed how police officers are trained to de-escalate situations involving those residents.


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