The Big Health Event

Join us Saturday, September 17, 2022!

SEE CHANGE

The SEE CHANGE Collective is a catalyst for closing the wealth gap for Blacks and Hispanics/Latinos in the Greater New Orleans Region by focusing on three pathways to wealth-building – homeownership, business ownership and entrepreneurship, and income and wages.

The mission of the Urban League of Louisiana is to assist African Americans and other communities seeking equity to secure economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights.  We implement our mission through programs in the areas of EDUCATION and YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, WORKFORCE and ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, PUBLIC POLICY and ADVOCACY initiatives

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Meet our team, get to know our board and learn more about how we empower communities and change lives.

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EVENTS

PRESS RELEASES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Urban League of Louisiana leaders return to Wallace, LA, joins community to oppose Greenfield Grain Terminal Project for Environmental Harm, call on supporters to sign petition

On June 29, Urban League of Louisiana President & CEO Judy Reese Morse, Vice President for Policy, Strategic Partnerships and Development Tyronne Walker, and Advocacy Director John West joined National Urban League President & CEO Marc Morial for a discussion...

Urban League of Louisiana statement on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to reinstate Louisiana’s discriminatory Congressional map

Issued: June 28, 2022 Today – The President and CEO of the Urban League of Louisiana, Judy Reese Morse issued the following statement: “The Urban League of Louisiana is deeply disappointed by the U.S. Supreme Court ruling which allows Louisiana to perpetuate racial...

Urban League of Louisiana calls for action in demanding fair legislative districts and representation

Issued: June 17, 2022 Today – The President and CEO of the Urban League of Louisiana, Judy Reese Morse issued the following statement: “Right now at the Louisiana State Capitol, Legislative leaders are trying to steal a second majority-Black congressional seat...

The mission of the Urban League of Louisiana is to assist African Americans and other communities seeking equity to secure economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights.  We implement our mission through programs in the areas of education and youth development, workforce and economic development, public policy and advocacy initiatives.

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Main Office
Urban League of Louisiana
4640 S. Carrollton Ave Suite 210
New Orleans, LA 70119
504.620.2332