GWUL Supports The UNITE To Face Addiction Rally

Sep 11, 2015

GWUL is lending its support to the Unite To Face Addiction Rally taking place on Sunday, October 4, 2015 at 4pm at the Washington Monument. Read more »

GWUL provides over 500 backpacks to returning students

Sep 11, 2015

There was loads of food, entertainment and family fun at GWUL's Back to School Festival held at the Thurgood Marshall Center for Service and Heritage.  Over 500 kids received free backpacks and school supplies as well as free dental screenings, hairstyles, haircuts, and much more! Read more »

GWUL is participating in the Office of Police Complaints (OPC) Community Partnership Program

Aug 27, 2015

GWUL is participating in the Office of Police Complaints (OPC) Community Partnership Program. OPC is an independent District of Columbia Government agency that receives, investigates, and resolves citizen complaints alleging police misconduct by Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and D.C. Read more »

"One Nation, One Flag" Campaign Supports Effort to Remove Confederate Flag

Jun 24, 2015

The National Urban League and its South Carolina affiliates today launched the “One Nation, One Flag” campaign in support of South Carolina legislators’ efforts to end public displays of the Confederate Flag, and promote unity around the United States Flag.   “It’s a complex process that forms a violently racist heart and compels it to slaughter innocent men and women,” said Marc H. Read more »

10-Point Justice Plan: National Urban League

Apr 29, 2015

The National Urban League is calling for reform in law enforcement in its 10-Point Justice Plan. In a statement, President and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial said, “The phenomenon we have seen in America since the announcement of the non-indictments of officers in the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner is new to a generation, but not to the nation. Read more »

2015 State Of Black America Report

Apr 3, 2015

The State of Black America, the National Urban League’s seminal annual publication now in its 39th edition, has become one of the most highly-anticipated benchmarks and sources for thought leadership around racial equality in America across economics (including employment, income and housing), education, health, social justice and civic engagement. Read more »

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