Perspectives on presidential leadership with past HBCU presidents from public state-supported HBCUs (Roundtable I)

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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.

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

Panelists: Wiley S. Bolden, Ed.D, Acting President, Savannah State College, 1988-1989.

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

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

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

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