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NYC Commission on Human Rights Meeting Next Monday

Is Anything Working?

By Published on .

On the off chance you missed the ad in the June 23 issue of Ad Age* -- or forgot to write it down in your calendar -- on July 7, the New York City Commission on Human Rights is holding a meeting to talk about race discrimination in advertising. The commission wants to know whether you think the three-year agreeement signed between it and New York ad agencies is "having a positive effect on the recruitment and retention of minorities in the industry." I know what I think! Anyway, the meeting is at 7 p.m. at 40 Rector St. RSVP via e-mail to cmulqueen@cchr.nyc.gov.

*And, no, I'm not going to start running all your announcements on Ad Age blogs, so don't bother asking.
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