Mayors, Civil Rights Groups Tackle Voting Rights, Economic Anxiety Across Community Lines
NEW YORK – NEW YORK – Today, too many American families are unable to reach their full potential and are losing faith because of the country’s divisive political climate and the inability of the federal government to advance smart policy solutions. Where Washington fails to lead and lift, cities, led by mayors of both parties and home to over 80 percent of the country’s population, step in. That’s why National Urban League President Marc Morial and USCM President Mayor Mitch Landrieu (New Orleans) will join civil rights leaders and a delegation of the country’s mayors to unite around a results-driven, inclusive economic policy plan and civil rights restoration push at New York City’s Gracie Mansion on Thursday, October 26, 2017.
A news conference is scheduled 1:30 pm for Mayor Landrieu, Mr. Morial and other participants also are available for interviews, separately and together.
National Urban League President/CEO, Marc Morial
USCM President Mayor Mitch Landrieu (New Orleans)
USCM CEO and Executive Director Tom Cochran
Civil Rights Leaders
Convening of Mayors and Civil Rights Leaders
East 88th Street and East End Avenue
New York City
Thursday, October 26, 2017