PRESS RELEASES

Indianapolis, Kansas City and Houston to serve as pilot program sites to evaluate health promotion interventions

 

We have come to Baltimore to let the nation and the world know what we’re going to do. And I have also come to be brief, and to be seated.

We’ve come to Baltimore, the site of the very first anti-segregation sit-in of its kind at Read’s Drug Store in 1955, to let the nation and the world know what we’re going to do.

We’ve come to Baltimore, where Donald Gaines Murray and the NAACP took on the University of Maryland and successfully desegregated its Law School in 1936, to let the nation and the world know what we’re going to do.

Presidential Plenary Highlights Intense Schedule of Dynamic Dialogue, Community Service, Live Entertainment, Themed "Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs + Justice"

BALTIMORE (August 3 , 2016) – As the nation continues to struggle with issues of racial hostility and social inequity, as demonstrated by the wave of violence that has taken so many lives in recent weeks, the National Urban League today convened its 2016 Conference.

BALTIMORE, MD (August 2, 2016) – The National Urban League, whose Conference this week is expected to attract  $4.2 million in economic impact to the city of Baltimore, today dedicated the Raymond V. Haysbert Sr. Entrepreneurship Center.

NEW YORK (July 29, 2016) -- National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial  today issued the following statement following a federal court's invalidation of North Carolina's discriminatory "monster" voter ID law:

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