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Short film, A Legacy of Change, profiles his story

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Friends, colleagues, protégés and mentors of Marc H. Morial gathered in his hometown Thursday night to celebrate his 25 years of public service with a tribute and examination of the impact of his work on the city of New Orleans, the state of Louisiana and the nation.

In honor of the milestone, Morial announced the establishment “Urban League 25” an annual recognition of 25 young leaders in business, public service, the arts and civic life. The first honorees will be announced next year. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE K. Kim Atterbury | | (202) 629-5750   National Urban League Statement on the Confirmation of Senator Sessions for U.S. Attorney General

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE K. Kim Atterbury | | (202) 629-5750 National Urban League on Betsy DeVos Senate Confirmation Vote



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August 28

President Obama will speak at the “Let Freedom Ring” ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial on Aug. 28. That will mark the 50th anniversary celebration of the 1963 March on Washington where Rev. Martin

August 23

National Urban League and Memorial Foundation Jointly Hosted
"Drum Majors for Justice Celebration" on Friday, August 23rd, 2013


July 24

2013 National Urban League Conference
Philadelphia, PA
July 24 – 27, 2013

June 11

What: 11th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon
Who: The Indianapolis Urban League
When: Tuesday, June 11, 2013  from 10:00am - 1:


Marcus Spencer, HoopaZ Only Inc.

Marcus Spencer is a serial entrepreneur that has many businesses. The businesses that he runs are Mind Over Matter Screenprinting and Embroidery,, Hoopa Wear Clothing Co., and HoopaZ...

The 2017 Small Business Matters Top Pitch Winner

Jimmy Prude is the Founder/CEO of Jimmy’sVegan™, a company based in Chicago, that produces and sells vegan cookie products. Prude was...

The Urban League of Northwest Indiana honored 13 high school graduates Friday at the annual scholarship presentation at the Diamond Center adjacent to the U.S. Steel Yard.
Not only were they treated to a free night of RailCats...

At the onset of the Civil Rights Movement in the early 1950’s, our country was graced with the birth of Mr. Gerald Williams on Christmas Eve, in 1950.  At that time he was the only child of his parents, whom were not unfamiliar with hard work, as...