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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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For the first time since President Obama took office, a group of African American civil rights leaders presented President Obama with a formal agenda. Read more...
National Urban League Virtual Career & Networking Fair is an online career event where job seekers and employers can interact with each other in a live, 3-D virtual environment. Read more...
Sometimes we have our very own "hero" -- in our midst; such was the case with Wendell G. Freeland.  Mr. Freeland, who died on January 24th, served as a Board member and Officer (Senior Vice President) of the National Urban League (1967-1975).  For many years,  Mr. Read more...

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