Mays continued on with his career, meeting and advising with other world leaders. He was appointed by President John F. Kennedy to serve on the commission on civil rights, and played a role in race relations in the World Council of Churches. Mays was involved in both the national and world levels. As president of Morehouse College, Mays traveled the world, giving speeches on the evils of segregation.
In 1966, when the Braves baseball team moved to Atlanta, it would be the first time a major league team moved so far south. Mays helped a great deal in helping the team make a smooth transition.
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Mays continuó con su carrera, reuniéndose y asesorando con otros líderes mundiales. Fue nombrado por el presidente John F. Kennedy para servir en la comisión de Derechos Civiles, y jugó un papel en las relaciones raciales en el Consejo Mundial de Iglesias. Mays participó tanto a nivel nacional como mundial. Como presidente del Morehouse College, Mays viajó por el mundo, dando discursos sobre los males de la segregación.
En 1966, cuando el equipo de béisbol los Bravos se mudó a Atlanta, fue la primera vez que un equipo de Grandes Ligas se movía tan al sur. Mays ayudó al equipo a tener una mudanza sin problemas.