Urban League #VoteForMe Project Gives Youth Voice in 2020 Election
Urban League in the News
Urban League of Greater Madison President & CEO speaks with Sachelle Saunders on Spectrum News 1 regarding the protests happening across the country in response to the death of George Floyd.
Statement from the Urban League of Greater Madison President & CEO regarding the murder of George Floyd and the spate of recent attacks against Black people.
To assist those who have lost jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Urban League of Greater Madison has created a team to connect job seekers to employers who are still hiring.
ULGM CEO Ruben L. Anthony, Jr. talks with Public News Service in response to a report from the National Association of Realtors which found that Wisconsin has one of the lowest Black home ownership rates in the nation.
Expungement clinics hosted at the Urban League are helping give job seekers a second chance. A bipartisan push by Wisconsin lawmakers seeks to expand Wisconsin’s restrictive expungement law.
The partnership between Exact Sciences and the Urban League, about a year old, is expanding with the opening of the Southwest Madison Employment Center, 1233 McKenna Blvd.
A free expungement clinic at the Urban League of Greater Madison will allow those convicted of certain felonies and misdemeanors a chance to clear their records, which can be a roadblock to jobs and housing.
Plan aims to transport citizens to polling place, inform them of what to bring to vote
Among the largest grantees this cycle of giving is the Urban League of Greater Madison, which is receiving $100,000 to bolster its “1,500 Jobs, 1,500 Families” initiative.
Proud to share that the National Urban League picked up this great article from Madison365.com about the national award ULGM received for its homeownership program.
Ahmed Saeed, an 8th grader who goes to Cherokee Heights Middle School, spent Tuesday filming a one-on-one fight scene between a Lego man in a bomber jacket wielding a double-bladed sword and Lego Batman…
The Urban League of Greater Madison celebrated its 50th anniversary in style on Wednesday night on Madison?s south side. Former ULGM CEO Chief Noble Wray mediated and led a panel discussion that took the audience in a filled room
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