The Urban League of Greater New Orleans (ULGNO) is an architect of change. We are experts effecting change in economic and educational issues that adversely affect African-Americans and others living in the Greater New Orleans area. We are experts in identifying, qualifying, and partnering to bring to bear the scope and scale of the changes required. At the cornerstone of ULGNO operation is focus. Programmed in a focused manner, our Lead Work is in specific areas of economic and community development, educational attainment and public policy. The services ULGNO delivers reflects or addresses local needs we call our Core Work .
URBAN LEAGUE LEADERS: BATON ROUGE POLICE KILLINGS “A HORROR” “The Nation Must Unite In Pursuit Of Peace And Justice”
July 18, 2016
“The Nation Must Unite In Pursuit Of Peace And Justice” NEW YORK (July 6, 2016) — National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial and Erika McConduit, Presidente, and CEO of the Urban League affiliate in Louisiana, today described the shooting of police in Baton Rouge as a horror, and called the level of
July 6, 2016
NEW ORLEANS (July 6, 2016) — As Louisiana and the nation grieve the death of Alton Sterling, the National Urban League and the Urban League of Greater New Orleans today joined Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards in calling for a thorough investigation of his shooting by Baton Rouge Police, and a comprehensive evaluation of police
April 10, 2016
Each year in Louisiana, State Farm bestows Good Neighbor grant awards to local organizations stating that strong neighborhoods are the foundation of a strong society. State Farm is committed to maintaining the vibrancy of communities by assisting nonprofits that support: affordable housing, first time homeowners, neighborhood revitalization, financial literacy, job training, and small business development.
April 10, 2016
The Urban League of Greater New Orleans is excited to announce that we are accepting applications for our 3rd annual ULEAD (Urban Leaders for Equity and Diversity) cohort. ULEAD is the premier training institute for leaders of color in the community on the current educational landscape in New Orleans. The Urban League of Greater New