Title

Why do we need HBCUs?

Document Type

Video

Playing Time

02:58 minutes

Publication Date

6-14-2012

Abstract

Video interviews with a complementing monograph providing reflections of former presidents of Historically Black Colleges and Universities discussing leadership, mission, challenges, successes, and issues of race and education.

Streaming Media

Notes

Dr. Barbara R. Hatton, Moderator, President, South Carolina State University 1992-1995; President, Knoxville College 1997-2005.

Panelists: Samuel DuBois Cook, Ph.D., President, Dillard University 1974-1997.

Johnnetta B. Cole, Ph.D., President, Spelman College 1987-1997; President, Bennett College for Women 2002-2007.

Carlton E. Brown, Ed.D., President, Savannah State University 1997-2006; President, Clark Atlanta University 2008 - present.

Wiley A. Purdue, LLD., M.B.A., Acting President, Morehouse College 1994-1995.

Herman B. Smith Jr., Ph.D., Interim President, Central State University 1965 and 1995; Chancellor, University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff 1974-1981; Interim President, Jackson State University 1991 – 1992; Interim President, Morris Brown College 1992- 1993.

Joseph B. Johnson, Ed.D., President, Grambling State University 1977- 1991; President, Talladega College 1991-1998.

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