By Lil Nickelson and photographs by Rudy Collins The New York Urban League (“NYUL”) has been helping New Yorkers gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, financial and technological Continue Reading →
New York Urban League (NYUL) hosted the 2nd annual Black and White Champagne brunch at La Marina NYC Saturday, September 17th, 2016.
The purpose of this town hall meeting, “Black & Blue: The Struggle for Justice” is to gather community members, elected officials, businesses and young professionals for an action planning meeting Continue Reading →
The New York Urban League (NYUL) is pleased to announce its approval for a grant of for $380,000 from the Manhattan Borough President, Gale A. Brewer (pictured – left), for Continue Reading →
In New York City, at the turn of the century from around 1910 up until 1935, the Harlem neighborhood had developed into something of a black cultural mecca.
The New York City Council today passed the Council Resolution on Police Reform, an initiative that builds on the proposals outlined in the New York City Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative draft Continue Reading →
By Merilee Kern, MBA As the financial markets strive to rebound from what has been a hugely trying and tumultuous period, courtesy of a deadly global pandemic, we may need Continue Reading →
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the groundbreaking for the National Urban League’s new headquarters in Harlem.
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