Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the groundbreaking for the National Urban League’s new headquarters in Harlem.
Harlem’s National Urban League is moving to 121 West 125th Street on Harlem‘s “Mains Street” as part of a $242 million development.
Join the 2019 Harlem-based National Urban League Annual Conference Getting 2 Equal: United Not Divided in Indianapolis, Indiana from July 24-27, 2019.
The National Urban League hosted its annual conference in Columbus, OH this month for thousands of thought-leaders, activists and progressives.
TV One and the National Urban League (NUL) discussed the present and future conditions facing black America on Tuesday evening at a Town Hall held at The Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C.
It seems one Harlem pol is not a part of the cool kids club. Uptown leaders convened a private sit down at Sylvia’s Restaurant Wednesday to muster support for the controversial plan to convert a row of small businesses on 125th St. into the headquarters for the National Urban League.
A world renowned civil rights group’s plan to turn a row of small businesses in Harlem into a lustrous new headquarters and black history museum would trample on the very small business owners whose life stories could themselves be in the museum, foes say.
Empowering urban youth through agricultural education provides them with skills and farming and food production knowledge.
As part of its commitment to help close the digital divide, AT&T* teamed up with the New York Urban League (NYUL) and Silicon Harlem (SH)to open a new state-of-the-art AT&T Digital Learning Lab in Harlem.
East Harlem‘s, Jude Steffers-Wilson, has been named a recipient of the 2022 Helene D. Stoneman Scholarship and Civic Leadership Program.
Schools Chancellor David C. Banks and CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez today announced more than 1,000 current and future New York City public school teachers.
YouthBuild USA has announced that Chasity Williams and Jude Steffers-Wilson, 2015 and 2017 graduates, respectively, of Youth Action YouthBuild in East Harlem, as well as Lena McKnight, a 2011 graduate of the former Abyssinian Development Corp.
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Starting in 2020, Courvoisier® Cognac has pledged $1 million over five years to provide meaningful support to Black small business owners, entrepreneurs, and the communities they serve from Harlem to Hollywood.
YouthBuild USA has announced that Amanda Guzman, Chasity Williams, and Jude Steffers-Wilson, 2004, 2015, and 2017 graduates, respectively, of Youth Action YouthBuild in East Harlem.