Newark Council Backs Joint Planning in Community Relations Field
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Newark Council Backs Joint Planning in Community Relations Field

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A resolution reaffirming the principle of joint program planning in the community relations field and calling on the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith to remain in the National Community Relations Advisory Council, was adopted here by the Jewish Community Council of Essex County.

The resolution stressing the importance of joint planning, expressed appreciation of the services rendered by the two agencies. It pointed out that under the resolution adopted by the N.C.R.A.C. plenary session at Atlantic City, “the right of action of the plenum, as well as the rights of action and dissent of any member agency, as they have heretofore existed, shall remain inviolate.”

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