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Marc H. Morial, National Urban League President and CEO and Andrea Custis, Urban League of Philadelphia President and CEO, today issued the following statement regarding Thursday’s incident at Starbuck’s:

“We are encouraged by the ongoing public dialogue surrounding the incident of apparent racial profiling by a Starbucks employee and the police officers who responded. We commend CEO Kevin Johnson for meeting with the men involved, and Mayor Jim Kenney for his quick and thoughtful response.

WASHINGTON, DC (September 11, 2017) – Today, the National Urban League announced President and CEO Marc H.

        Eugene Young to become the 4th Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League President & CEO National search finds brightest young local leader with a broad network


Chicago Woman Saves Home Thanks to the Urban League

As a result of the Chicago Urban League's foreclosure prevention program, Ms. Linda B.’s home has been saved and her mortgage payment has been reduced by $800.00 a month...

Houston Area Urban League Entrepreneurship Center Celebrates
National Women’s Small Business Month
2nd Annual She Said. She Led. She Is. Conference

On October 30th, in Houston, TX, the Houston Area Urban...

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,...

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...