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Women in Business Challenge Pitch Highlights Five Female Entrepreneurs, Awards $10K to DyverseCity

The Urban League of Greater New Orleans Women in Business Challenge is focused on educating and empowering women entrepreneurs in the city. The Challenge Pitch that took place (March 21) is the culmination of the Urban IDEA Center four-month business program that selected ten women to participate in the inaugural 2013 cohort.
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58th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Awards Dinner

58th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Awards Dinner
Save the Date: November 12th, 2014

Maintain Sports Blackout Rule

National Urban League Urges FCC to Maintain Sports Blackout Rule

In a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, National Urban League President and CEO Marc H.

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Unified Statement of Action to Promote Reform & Stop Police Abuse

Black Leaders Unified Statement
8/18/2014

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Key Statements on Ferguson, MO

A Unified Statement of Action to Promote Reform and Stop Police Abuse.

Marc Morial Statement Regarding Developments in Ferguson, MO

Marc H. Morial
8/15/2014
National Urban League President Marc H. Morial today issued the following statement responding to recent developments in Ferguson, MO.

The death of Michael Brown has exposed and exacerbated what is clearly a long-standing lack of trust between law enforcement and the Ferguson community.
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Justice for Victims of POLICE MISCONDUCT!

National Urban League President Marc H. Morial today issued the following statement on the death of Michael Brown and the unrest in the city of Ferguson, Missouri.

War on Progress: The New Threat to America's Future

Marc H. Morial
8/6/2014

2014 State of the Urban League Address
Marc H. Morial, President & CEO, National Urban League Cincinnati, Ohio
July 23, 2014

Welcome, Urban Leaguers, to our 104th National Urban League Annual Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio!
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National Urban League Looks Back 50 Years After Civil Rights Act

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. Read more »

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Statement Regarding the Sentencing of Ray Nagin

Latraviette D. Smith-Wilson
7/9/2014

Marc H.
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I pledge to responsibly commit my time and talent to ensure that the nation is empowered to achieve the following goals by 2025:

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