During the 57th Grand Conclave in Atlanta, GA (1976), between the report of the Grand Keeper of Records and Seal and the election of officers, International Public Relations Committee Chairman, Leo M. Zinn, hosted a panel discussion themed, Black Activity in America." Panelists, Jesse Hill, Jr., President of the Atlanta Life Insurance Company, Benjamin E. Mays, President Emeritus of Morehouse College, and Donald L. Hobson, Common Pleas Court Judge, reflected on the history of blacks in business, religion and education, and law and politics. The H&A Committee hopes you find the attached transcript a worthwhile read.
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