Feb 13 2017

National Urban League Delivers Resumes of Qualified African Americans to Senate While Calling for Increased Staff Diversity

WASHINGTON, DC (February 13, 2017) – The National Urban League Washington Bureau today delivered resumes of qualified African Americans ready to assume senior positions as Chiefs of Staff, Legislative Directors, and Communications Directors to Senate Leaders and Members representing states with a... Read
Feb 08 2017

National Urban League Statement on the Confirmation of Senator Sessions for U.S. Attorney General

WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 8, 2017) – Today, National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial released the following statement on the confirmation of Senator Jefferson Sessions for U.S. Attorney General:
Feb 07 2017

National Urban League on Betsy DeVos Senate Confirmation Vote

WASHINGTON, DC (February 7, 2017) – National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial released the following statement today on the Senate’s confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education:


Apr 23 2014

UPDATED! Nat'l Urban League, other civil rights groups oppose floor vote on Johnson-Crapo in letter to Sen. Reid

In a letter sent today to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the National Urban League, along with a coalition of civil rights, faith-based and trade groups said they could not support a floor vote on S.1217, the Johnson Crfapo bill.
Apr 10 2014

Access to Capital for Minority-Owned Small Businesses Policy Forum

The National Urban League Washington Bureau will hold a policy forum to explore the successes and challenges of small businesses seeking access to capital five years after the Great Recession.
Apr 10 2014

With Broadband Equity for All: Principles to Drive Adoption, Investment and Growth in Urban America

With Broadband Equity for All will focus on how advancing a broadband agenda for urban America begins with a continued commitment to finding and elevating solutions that will support continued industry growth to create job opportunities and reduce unemployment in our urban communities.


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