Box 4, Folder 4, Document 11
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DR. SAMUEL W. WILLIAMS, Otairman
THE HONORABLE SAM MASSELL, JR., Ex-Officio
President, Board of Aldermen
MR. T. M. ALEXANDER, SR.
MR. R. BYRON ATTRIDGE
MRS. SARA BAKER
MISS HELEN BULLARD
MR. R. J. BUTLER
REP. JAMES E. DEAN
MR. ROBERT DOBBS
REP. C. G. EZZARD
MR. L. L. GELLERSTEDT, JR.
MR. CHARLES HART
DR. ROBERT E. LEE
MRS. F. W. PATTERSON
RABBI JACOB M. ROTHSCHILD
MR. M. O. RYAN
MR. JACK SELLS
MR. PAUL SHIELDS
MR. L. D. SIMON
MRS. MARY STEPHENS
DR. J. RANDOLPH TAYLOR
MR. NAT WELCH
OMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION
ESTABLISHED BY THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1966
1208 CITY HALL, ATLANTA GEORGIA $0303 TELEPHONE 522-4468 EXT. 433
TO: The Business Advisory Committee “s
FROM: Nat Welch MW
SUBJECT: Committee Meeting April 28, 1969
April 9, 1969
The Business Advisory Committee of the Community Relations
Commission will meet from 3:30-5:00 p.m., Monday, April 28
in the Aldermanic Chambers of City Hall. Here is the agenda;
A report and an evaluation of the '' Workshop on Black
Business Opportunity'' sponsored by the Commission
at Atlanta University, February 20.
John Cox, Director of the Atlanta Youth Council, will
outline several projects your company can undertake
this summer to get disadvantaged kids off the streets
and constructively involved.
CRC Project Director Chuck Williams, who is working
with twenty-five large Atlanta companies on stepping up
employment of minority persons, will give a brief report.
The Committee wants to hear about any successful ideas
your company has developed to increase minority
4, Andy Huber of the National Alliance of Businessmen will
briefly outline their program which will emphasize
employment of black females.
Please feel free to bring along one or two other of your company's
executives who might have interests in the above areas.