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  1. Construct and rehabilitate housing for persons of low and moderate income.
  2. Lend financial and technical assistance to the housing needs of community based groups on a consultant basis. 

IV. EDUCATION FOR EVERYONE [[header]]
Street Academy
   An alternative school system dedicated to providing academic experience and opportunities for high school aged youths unable to complet four years of public high school. Beyond the specific academic objectives, the Street Academy aspires to continue educational innovations, and to effect reform of public education to serve the needs of the entire community.
Harlem Manpower-English as a Second Language
   This program provides competence in practical English for non-English speaking citizens and legal aliens while increasing their chances of securing employment. 
Columbia University School of Social Work Internship Program
    Program provides field work experience for full-time graduate students majoring in community organization and planning. Students will be awarded a master's degree in social work upon completion of the Columbia program. 

Special Events
Annual Fredrick Douglass Awards Dinner
    The Annual Fredrick Douglass Awards Dinner keeps the ideals and spirit of a great man alive within the New York Urban League. The Dinner commemorates a vigilant abolitionist, editor, orator, statesman, and prophet. The award is inscribed," I know of no rights of race superior to those of humanity." These immortal words of Douglass set a keynote for the Urban League's various humanitarian programs. 
   The Dinners are the largest fund-raising event for the New York Urban League and are attended by some 1,500 guests at $100 a plate, with the proceeds going to Urban League programs of education, employment, housing, and health. The many dignitaries present make the affair an outstanding event of the year.

Whitney M. Young Jr. Football Classic
   A sports' highlight of the New York Urban League's special events is the Annual Whitney M. Young Football Classic, which is the largest interracially sponsored Black athletic event in the United States, is played every fall. In previous years it has attracted sell out crowds and is expected to continue this trend. The game, in honor of the progressive and effective late Executive Director of the National Urban League, draws fans from all over the United States and Caribbean. The Classic is an important additional funding source for League programs. Prominent teams like Grambling, North Carolina, A&T, and Morgan States, and others, promise a thrilling and memorable afternoon.

     As a past president of the New York branch, Mr. Millard has again presented his check to insure this year, the 5th Annual Whitney M. Young Memorial game. The committee working feverishly "behind the scenes" for this years game consist of: Claude Buddy Young, Rita Robinson - Co-Chairpeople; Horace Morriss, Executive Director; Mrs. Cyrus R. Vance, President of New York Branch; William H. Toles; Mrs. William Anderson; John Bess the Third; Victor Colymore; John Murray; Charles R. Sherwood; Mark Stroock; Mrs. Coral Wellington Bell; Bernard Jackson and Lemuel Wells. 

                   BOARD OFFICERS
   Mrs. Cyrus Vance             John Bess III
      President                   Secretary
   George M. Brooker            Robert L. Rawlins
     Board Chairman               Treasurer
   Mrs. William R. Anderson     Paul L. Kendall
     Vice President               Assistant Treasurer
   Robert Arrindell             John J. Barrett
     Vice President                General Counsel
   Ms. Dolly Christian          Horace W. Morris Sr.
     Vice President                Executive Director
   Mrs. Theodore W. Kheel
     Secretary

   Frederick W. Beinecke, II       Michael Molina
   Victor Collymore                Mrs. Willene Murphy
   Larry Dais                      John W. Murray
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Mrs. Evelyn P. Davis          Miss Barbara North
Edward R. Dudley, Jr.         Rev. Robert Polk
Mrs. Raymond Z Fa             Mrs. Rita Robinson
Hon. George M. Fleary         Robert J. Samuels
Richard T. Greene             William G. Sharwell
Mrs. Randolph Guggenheimer    Charles R. Sherwood
Mrs. Gabriel Hauge            Mrs. Stanley Simon
John A. Herrimann, Jr.        Mark Stroock
Mrs. James L. Hicks           Mrs. Arthur O. Sulzberger
Ron Johnson                   Dennis Terry
Father John Kean              William H. Toles
Dr. William J. McGill         Roosevelt Watts
Charles E. R. Millard         Claude Young
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