For nearly 50 years, we have worked to ensure that our constituents gain access to equal opportunity in the community through workforce development, education and youth development, housing and family services, health concerns and building bridges between the races.

Upcoming Events

National Get Tested Day
June 26, 2015
Indianapolis Urban League

Indianapolis Urban League’s Back to School Block Party
Indianapolis Urban League
August 8, 2015

Education Forum featuring Lisa Leslie
Indianapolis Urban League
September 23, 2015

Indianapolis Urban League’s 50th Anniversary Kick-off
Ebony and Ivory Gala
Lucas Oil Estates
October 3, 2015

Indianapolis Urban League’s Fall Career Fair
Indianapolis Urban League
October 28, 2015

Indianapolis Urban League Sponsor and Community Partner Reception
Indianapolis Urban League
November 12, 2015

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> Press Release:
Statement from Tony Mason, President and CEO of the Indianapolis Urban League on the Grand Jury's Decision to Not Indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the Chokehold Killing of Eric Garner.

> Press Release:
Statement on the Grand Jury Decision to Not Indict Officer Darren Wilson.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the IUL is to assist African Americans, other minorities, and disadvantaged individuals to achieve social and economic equality.

Diversity Statement

Consistent with our mission, the Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) is committed to valuing diversity and uses diversity as a tool to maximize organizational and community impact and effectiveness. IUL is committed to fostering a work and community environment where each person is appreciated, valued, respected, and encouraged and where racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity is valued and protected. Accordingly, IUL seeks to create a work environment where:

  • The IUL does not discriminate against any applicant for employment or employee because of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age;
  • Employees are treated fairly;
  • Employees are recognized and rewarded based on ability and merit for the contributions they make;
  • Employees have equal access to opportunities for growth and advancement, and they are encouraged and supported to reach their highest potential;
  • Employees are respected and are expected to demonstrate respect in their daily conduct so that the workplace is free from harassment, discrimination, and intolerance; and
  • The diversity of American society is represented at all levels throughout the organization.
 

Indianapolis Urban League. Empowering Communities. Changing Lives.

Indianapolis Urban League programs and services include:

Education & Youth Empowerment
Indianapolis Urban League Education Summit
Project Ready
Teen Court

Health & Quality of Life Empowerment
Special Populations and Support Services (HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health)
I Need You to Listen, Hear and Understand Me (INYLHUM).

Civic Engagement and Leadership Empowerment
The Exchange at the Indianapolis Urban League (Young Professionals) 
African-American Community Leadership Coalition
Latina Initiatives

Civil Rights and Racial Justice Empowerment
Diversity and Race Relations Institute
Race and Cultural Relations Leadership Network

Economic Empowerment
Housing and Family Services
Information Technology
Workforce Development – Employment and Skills Training

For more information call 317-693-7603.

Newsletters

The Indianapolis Urban League publishes a quarterly newsletter, “Equality Briefs,” to keeps people informed on what is going on with the Indianapolis Urban League. Articles include IUL success stories and an IUL Volunteer Spotlight as well as various other articles.

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Sponsors

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