PROGRAMME OF FIRST TWO DAYS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF UNIVERSAL NEGRO IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION AND AFRICAN COMMUNITIES LEAGUE

SUNDAY, AUGUST 1ST

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MONDAY, AUGUST 2ND

1920

NEW YORK CITY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 1ST.

1. Divine Service in Liberty Hall, 10 A.M. All High Officers of the Executive Council in Robes of Office.

2. Silent Parade of All Members and Delegates at 1 o’clock P.M., Starting form Office of the Association, 54-56 W. 135th Street.

3. Divine Service in Liberty Hall at 3 o’clock P.M. Officers in Robes of Office.

4. Divine Service in Liberty Hall at 8 o’clock P.M. Officers in Robes of Office.


MONDAY, AUGUST 2ND.

1. Opening of Convention at 10 A.M. at Liberty Hall. All Delegates Presenting their Credentials.

2. Mass Parade of All Delegates and Members, Starting from 54-56 W. 135th Street, at 2 o’clock P.M.

3. Big Public Mass Meeting in Madison Square Garden. 26th and Madison Avenue, 8 o’clock sharp.

First TWO days International Convention of Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League Sunday August 1st and Monday August 2nd 1920
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By Nnamdi Azikiwe

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