Booker T. Washington believed in bootstraps, racial uplift, and the power of helping people help themselves through education. Evangelical higher ed has a lot to learn from him, according to Warner Pacific’s Brian Johnson.
Johnson is one of only three Black presidents at a Council for Christian Colleges & Universities–affiliated school, and he’s on a mission to be fiscally responsible, elevate the ideal of excellence, and insist on opportunities for racial minorities.
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