July 1961
New Yorker;7/1/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 20, p18
The article discusses the highlights of a Conference on African Resources held at the Loeb Student Center of New York University. The conference has lasted for three days. Several prominent guests at the event include Jaja Wachuku, the chairman of the Nigerian United Nations delegation, and G. Mennen Williams, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. The purpose of the conference is to exchange information on African and American culture and create good will.


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