NEWS RELEASES

NEW YORK  (March 2, 2018) -- A federal court has ordered an organization in Dallas, improperly operating under the Urban League name, to stop using the Urban League’s registered trademarks.

“The Urban League of Greater Dallas was disaffiliated in 2015,” National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial said. “We have no affiliate in Dallas at this time. The group operating under the Urban League name is doing so deceitfully and illegally, and the federal court has just confirmed that.”

New Report: Senate Housing Proposal Would Be A Blow To Affordable Housing And Harmful To Overall Housing Market

Center for Responsible Lending & National Urban League Report Shows Senators’ Proposal Would Cost More, Deliver Less

 

Produced by the National Urban League, For The Movement is a weekly podcast that discusses persistent policy, civil rights and social issues related to African Americans and communities of color. From attempts to label Black activists as extremists, to the next generation of tech innovators, we will deliver relevant news and information from inside the Movement and Washington. The good, bad, and everything in between. We’re not journalists. We’re not policy wonks. We’re advocates who care. We do this for the Movement.

Produced by the National Urban League, For The Movement is a weekly podcast that discusses persistent policy, civil rights and social issues related to African Americans and communities of color. From attempts to label Black activists as extremists, to the next generation of tech innovators, we will deliver relevant news and information from inside the Movement and Washington. The good, bad, and everything in between. We’re not journalists. We’re not policy wonks. We’re advocates who care. We do this for the Movement.

Washington, D.C. (February 12, 2018) – Today, National Urban League President and CEO, Marc H. Morial, joined national leaders of civil rights organizations to denounce the U.S. Census Bureau’s failure to change their “usual residence” rule by continuing to count incarcerated  persons at the prison of confinement instead as part of their home community in the upcoming 2020 census. This decision serves to perpetuate the practice of prison gerrymandering.

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