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Opening ReMarcs: 50 years After MLK

Posted by Admin On April - 7 - 2018

50 years after MLK. This week, the nation’s eyes turned to Memphis, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was slain in 1968. 

10,000 Small Businesses program. A recent study shows that Black-owned businesses could be a key to closing the racial wealth gap. 

Plan your summer now.
Time is running out to save on registration to our 2018 Conference, featuring celebrities, influencers, and leaders from all over.

Making homeownership a reality. The Urban League of Greater Madison has received an award for its work in helping people become homeowners.
Path to economic prosperity. McDonald’s Archways to Opportunity initiative is a great example of how companies can and should invest in employees.

Be counted. The 2020 Census is critical for communities of color but is currently in a state of crisis. Get the facts in our latest episode.

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