Urban League News
The Urban League of the State of Arkansas (ULSA), in partnership with the Little Rock Regional Chamber and their Minority Enterprise Development Week, is hosting our first annual Social Media
Minority businesses face challenges knowing where to spend their time and resources on marketing efforts. Real Talk, presented by Urban League of the State of Arkansas, will feature successful business
THE URBAN LEAGUE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO CONTEST. DEADLINE TO VOTE SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 AT 10:00 AM. A Marketing Package valued at approximately $1,500 is on
Minority restaurants face challenges knowing where to spend their time and resources on marketing efforts. Food service entrepreneur Kenny Akinwale of Detroit will join the show to share his food
Raymond Omar Long, the Director of Programs at the Urban League of the State of Arkansas, is continuing to spread the presence of the ULSA by joining the Habitat for
https://youtu.be/NNl37mUUpAM Scott Hamilton, CEO of the Urban League of Arkansas, says the current political atmosphere can foster improvement on the subjects of race relations, social justice and economic disparity. Read
Interim CEO | Urban League of the State of Arkansas
The Urban League has a rich history of serving communities nationwide. In Arkansas, this tradition carries forward through our efforts to improve the health, education, wealth and housing of our citizens.
With a commitment to equity, inclusion and justice, the ULSA develops and engages strategies that generate opportunities for Arkansans to thrive.
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