Urban League #VoteForMe Project Gives Youth Voice in 2020 Election
Urban League in the News
NATALIE YAHR | THE CAPITAL TIMES: Minority-owned businesses that plan to use a forthcoming south side entrepreneurial hub will soon be eligible for an additional boost: Money.
From SPECTRUM NEWS 1: As Americans cast votes for this year’s Presidential election, Urban Leagues in Wisconsin sought to give people who can’t vote yet a chance to weigh in on issues important to them.
From the WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL: Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced his first 2021 budget initiative which is putting $2 million toward an economic development hub to support minority-owned businesses.
From the HEARLD-INDEPENDENT: Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced that he’s proposing $2 million in his 2021 budget to help the Urban League purchase a site for an economic development hub along the South Park Street corridor.
From NBC 15 – Dane Co. Executive Joe Parisi announced $2 million in the 2021 budget to assist the Urban League buy a new site for an economic development hub dedicated to supporting minority-owned businesses.
The National Urban League, Wisconsin Urban League Affiliates Call For Immediate Investigations Unto Unequal Policing In Kenosha
Joint Statement of the National Urban League and Wisconsin Urban League Affiliates on the shootings of Kenosha protestors
Statement from Urban League leaders Marc Morial, Dr. Ruben Anthony, and Dr. Eve Hall regarding the shooting of Jacob Blake and the urgent need for police reform.
The Urban League of Greater Madison announced that it is launching a new $5,000,000 initiative to increase homeownership among Black Madisonians.
The Dane County Executive and leaders of the Daen County Board of Supervisors joined Ruben L. Anthony, Jr. to announce $100,000 to partner with ULGM to develop a southside business hub.
MADISON (WKOW) — From pain, to protests, to action. After days of demonstrations black leaders in the community breakdown what led up to these events, how we got here and what steps are needed to move forward.
A joint statement from National Urban League CEO Marc Morial and 88 other Urban League leaders from across the country, including Greater Madison President & CEO, Ruben L. Anthony, Jr.
NBC 15 | CAROLINE PETERSON: A new program administered by the Urban League of Greater Madison (ULGM) and funded by American Family Insurance will provide loans to new and emerging minority-owned businesses located in Madison’s new South Side hub.
Today, the Urban League of Greater Madison announced a new COVID-19 Workforce Relief and Recovery Initiative. Those looking for work and those looking for workers are encouraged to contact us immediately.
Summit Credit Union Announces $50,000 Challenge Gift to Urban League 1,500 Jobs, 1,500 Families Initiative
Summit Credit Union announces a $50,000 Challenge Gift to Urban League’s 1,500 Jobs, 1,500 Families Initiative. Summit Credit Union has agreed to match dollar?for?dollar any donation made to the Urban League up to a total of $50,000.
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MEDIA RELEASE October 16, 2017 Contact: Ruben L. Anthony, Jr., Ph.D. email@example.com? | 608-729-1268 Madison, WI (October 16, 2017) - At its annual Urban Cabaret fundraising event this past Friday - with the theme of "Amplify" - the Urban League of Greater Madison...
The day-long Summit will feature keynote speeches, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities for an anticipated audience of 450+ business and community leaders from across the eight-county Madison Region.
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