Atlanta Business Chronicle – The splintering of leadership at Morehouse College, which is commemorating its 150th anniversary this year, has gotten worse – not better – in the past three months.
In January, the Morehouse Board of Trustees decided to part ways with President John S. Wilson upon the completion of his current contract in June.
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