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ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, MAY 2

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Teresa Candori
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NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE’S 2017 STATE OF BLACK AMERICA®: “PROTECT OUR PROGRESS” 

“Main Street Marshall Plan” Targets Economic Inequities
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K. Kim Atterbury, National Urban League, (202) 629-5750, katterbury@nul.org   

Nikki Thompson, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, (202) 662-8382, nthompson@lawyerscommittee.org   

Shin Inouye, The Leadership Conference, (202) 869-0398, Inouye@civilrights.org   

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K. Kim Atterbury | katterbury@nul.org | (202) 629-5750

 

 

National Urban League President Marc H. Morial Calls Skinny Budget “A Jobs and Dreams Killer”

WASHINGTON, DC (March 16, 2017) – Today, National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial released the following statement after the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) announced their 2018 blueprint “skinny” budget: 

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K. Kim Atterbury | katterbury@nul.org | (202) 629.5750

 

 

National Urban League Applauds Raphael Bostic on Becoming First African American to Serve as a Federal Reserve Regional Bank President

Six Civil Rights Leaders Meet with Attorney General Jeff Sessions

WASHINGTON — National civil rights advocates Tuesday told Attorney General Jeff Sessions that they feared recent Justice Department actions were threatening voter and transgender protections and urged the nation's chief law enforcement officer not to pull back from pursuing local policing reforms.

 

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