Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: December 13, 2011, 8:13 PM
The Memphis Urban League is an interracial, non-profit, nonpartisan, community-based organization that provides direct services and policy advocacy to help individuals and communities reach their full potential. Primarily working with African-Americans, the underserved and economically disadvantaged, we work to close equality gaps for people at all economic levels and stages of life.
To assist African-Americans, the underserved and economically disadvantaged to expand economic opportunities and secure parity, power and civil rights
Education and Youth Development provides a continuum of youth educational support services, giving students from elementary through high school access to the resources they need to attain high academic achievement and to be college and/or career ready upon graduation from high school.
Workforce and Economic Development provides comprehensive employment assistance, computer skills training, adult basic education assistance, and professional development workshops to help adults get on the path to economic self reliance.
Civic Engagement and Leadership Empowerment encourages all people to take an active role to improve quality of life through participation in community service projects and public policy initiatives.
Civil Rights and Racial Justice Empowerment guarantees equal participation in all facets of American society through proactive public policies and community-based programs.