National Urban League to Remain in New York City with one of the largest and most significant building projects in Harlem in 50 years
The Urban League Empowerment Center, on 125th Street between Street between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard and Lenox Avenue, [...]
Letter from the President
For decades, African Americans and underserved urban communities have struggled to overcome economic and social injustices. Since 1910, the National Urban League – a historic organization grounded in social services, civil rights, and economic justice – has been a force for progress.
The Future of Work in America, McKinsey Global Institute
In the past decade, America has rebounded from the great recession. While many employers have steadily added jobs, the stock market progressively booms, and home prices have reached all-time highs, not all of America is experiencing such success.