Knoxville College, a historical Black college in Knoxville, Tennessee, survived an almost fatal blow with the help of two talented and dedicated Black women who decided that they were not going to let it fail. Knoxville College president Barbara Hatton and board chairman Danna Wood talk about the struggle for survival and the importance of small Black institutions of higher learning. 2401
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