Morris Brown College, a historically black institution fighting for its financial life, lost a classroom building to a foreclosure action on Tuesday, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Frederick D. Jordan Hall was sold for $900,000. College leaders vowed to continue their push to revive the college, which is down to about 200 students.
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