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Foreign Interference in American Democracy Specifically Targeted African Americans, Bolstering Domestic Efforts to Suppress The Black Vote

May 6, 2019 -- Even as civil rights groups challenge racially-motivated voter suppression in the courts and state legislatures, an even more insidious enemy of democracy targets African Americans online, exploiting their trust and spreading disinformation, according to the 2019 State of Black America®.

National Urban League and One Solution Launch No Ceilings on Success

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Morning Star Freewill Baptist Church was organized in the early 1900’s in Jacksonville’s Eastside neighborhood on Buckman Street, north of East 21st Street. The original building was destroyed by fire, and was relocated to its present site at...

As a referral from Wells Fargo Bank, one of the Jacksonville Urban League’s business partners, Janice Murphy, Owner of Women On A Mission Inc., a non-profit organization which provides HIV and AIDS education and supportive services to the...

While in the process of transitioning from the U.S. Navy to civilian life in Jacksonville, Florida, Chahn Chess began the process of pondering how he would earn a living with the skills acquired while in military service. Mr. Chess, specialized...

Recently, the National Urban League in collaboration with the Columbia Urban League of South Carolina hosted a career exploration workshop at local elementary school.

Forty youth between the ages of 11 and 18 packed into the small classroom,...

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