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THE NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE
presents
THE NEW MAYORS

AND
[[image: black and white photograph of Percy Sutton]]
[[caption]]
PERCY C. SUTTON
Borough President of Manhattan [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photograph of Maynard Jackson]]
[[caption]] MAYNARD JACKSON
Atlanta, Georgia [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photograph of Doris Davies]]
[[caption]] DORIS DAVIES
Compton, California [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photograph of Coleman Young]]
[[caption]] COLEMAN YOUNG
Detroit, Michigan [[/caption]]

[[image: black and white photograph of Clarence Lightner]]
[[caption]] CLARENCE LIGHTNER
Raleigh, N.C. [[/caption]]

SUNDAY, JULY 28
8:00 P.M.
KEYNOTE SESSION
Speaker:
Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.
Executive Director
National Urban League

Official opening of the NUL Conference, when the Executive Director presents his state of the Urban League message to the public.

MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
JULY 29, 30, 31
PLENARY SESSIONS
REACTION PANELS
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
with 

Major focus upon the concept of Full Employment as a national goal.

Discussions by leaders, officials, and other experts on such vital issues as crime, public education, the emerging minority politician, black entrepreneurship, and others as they relate to Full Employment.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31
DELEGATE ASSEMBLY
This session provides delegates with an open forum to express their viewpoints and act on important Statements of Concern.

WORKSHOP SESSIONS
Issues discussed in the major plenary sessions are reexamined in smaller groups.

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