Consultation on the Church and Black Higher Education: The Economics of the Black College
Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers
In this audio recording, dated circa 1971, Dr. Vivian Wilson Henderson, president of Clark College in Atlanta, Georgia, addresses an audience of leaders in the United Methodist Church. Dr. Henderson’s speech focuses on the economic conditions unique to HBCUs. He points out particular financial “stressors” for the colleges, including a large number of students from low income families, lack of reliable alumni contributions, and increasing “academic aspirations” of faculty and students.
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Henderson, Vivian Wilson, "Consultation on the Church and Black Higher Education: The Economics of the Black College" (1971). Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 14.