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