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Fifty years ago this month, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law, making discrimination illegal. The National Urban League was one of the key organizations on hand when the president signed the bill into law. NY1’s Cheryl Wills visits its national headquarters in Manhattan with a look back.

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- $100 Million Public-Private-Nonprofit Partnership Effort Aimed at Putting America Back to Work -- Two-Prong Initiative Focuses on Community Investments and Grassroots Legislative Advocacy -   Read more...
NEW YORK (May 7, 2013) – The National Urban League, the nation's largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization, today announced the launch of its first subsidiary in its 103-year history, the Urban Empowerment Fund (UEF) – a new Community Development Financial Ins Read more...
Marc Morial today testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship panel entitled “Strengthening the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Minority Women.” During his remarks, Morial underscored the important role Black woman-owned businesses play in the U.S. Read more...

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