Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole to resign as Spelman prexy

September 1996
Jet;9/23/96, Vol. 90 Issue 19, p8
Announces that Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole will resign as president of Spelman College in June of 1997. Her plans for the future; Accomplishments she made at Spelman; Thoughts on her resignation.


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