National Urban League
Established in 1910, the National Urban League (NUL) is a leading civil rights organization with 97 affiliates in 300 communities nationwide. Through our affiliate network, we deliver direct services to 2.8 million people annually. The League’s historic mission is to end social and economic inequality. NUL’s strategy includes public policy advocacy and programs focused education, housing, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, health, and jobs. To learn more about the National Urban League please visit www.nul.org.
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