Senate Bill 613 Predatory Lending Chart: Existing Law and Law After SB 613
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The Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) Letter of Support - IUL opposes efforts to reduce the age that juveniles can be waived to adult court for...
Indianapolis, Indiana (March 4, 2019) — The Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) submits this letter of support to oppose efforts to reduce the age that juveniles can be waived to adult court for acts of violent crime from the current age of 14, to 12 years of age as outlined in the recently passed Indiana […]Read More
"We call for passage of a clean bill that..." states the African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI)
African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI) Calls for Hate Crimes Legislation Indianapolis, Indiana, February 16, 2019 – African Americans experience hate crimes more than any other group in this country. According to the most recent FBI statistics available, in 2017 alone 59.6 percent of single bias hate crimes were race and ethnicity based, and 48.6 […]Read More
National Urban League Bringing Conference to Indy July 24 - 27, 2019Read More
Indiana Community, Faith and Military Groups Call for Rate Cap on Payday LoansRead More
Education Experts Raise Concerns with Indiana's Efforts to Improve Our Low-Performing Schools
Education Experts Raise Concerns with Indiana’s Efforts to Improve Our Low-Performing Schools Indianapolis Urban League highlighting new tool for advocates that shows Indiana’s education plan lacks focus on student subgroups For Immediate Release November 15, 2018 (INDANAPOLIS, IN) — An independent peer review of school improvement plans, released today, urges Indiana to provide greater clarity […]Read More
Indianapolis Urban League endorses IPS education referenda
Indianapolis Urban League endorses IPS education referenda: IUL encourages ‘yes’ vote for compromise that invests in teacher pay, school safety and building projects, limits tax impact on homeowners (November 5, 2018 – INDIANAPOLIS, Ind) As voters prepare to head to the polls Tuesday, the Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) issued a statement today endorsing the $272 […]Read More
We are disheartened by the rise in anti-Semitic and racially motivated hate crimes...
Statement on Recent Hate Crimes and Related Tragedies The Indianapolis Urban League extends its deepest condolences and prayers to the families, friends and congregation impacted by the shootings at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and the Kroger in Louisville. We are disheartened by the rise in anti-Semitic and racially motivated hate crimes […]Read More
Statement from the African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI) - AACI Supports IPS Referendums
African American Coalition of Indianapolis Supports IPS Referendums The African American Coalition of Indianapolis (AACI) recognizes that the Indianapolis Public Schools district (IPS) is seeking support for operating and capital referendums totaling approximately $252 million. We support passage of the referendum and believe IPS and its students should receive broad community support. The last referendum, […]Read More
IUL Statement on State and County ISTEP TESTING DATA
The Indianapolis Urban League Statement on the State and County ISTEP Testing Data for 2018 and Persistent Achievement Gaps for Black, English Language Learners, Hispanic/Latino Students and Poor Students (October 11, 2018) The Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) has long-focused its commitment to advocating for and achieving equality in the areas of education and employment; […]Read More
Urban League Positions on Issues that Impact You- Work Requirements on Federal Benefit Programs
Urban League Statement on Executive Order Imposing Work Requirements on Federal Benefit Programs WASHINGTON, DC (April 11, 2018) – Today, National Urban League President and CEO, Marc H. Morial, issued the following statement in response to President Trump’s Executive Order directing federal agencies to impose work requirements on recipients of public assistance programs: “While cloaked […]Read More
IUL Statement on the 50th Anniversary of the Assassinations of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
INDIANAPOLIS URBAN LEAGUE STATEMENT ON THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. It is hard to believe that 50 years has passed since the slaying of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee. Every year on the anniversary or his assassination, we are filled with a sense […]Read More
IUL Newsletter March 2018
This feature appeared in both the Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis Recorder on March 15 ,2018. David P. Hardy, founding CEO of Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia Charter School, to speak at AFC’s National Policy Summit The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, is pleased to announce that David P. Hardy will […]Read More
Statement from Tony Mason, President and CEO of the Indianapolis Urban League, on Indiana's Refusal to Pass Comprehensive and Inclusive Hate Crime Bill.
Statement from Tony Mason, President and CEO of the Indianapolis Urban League, on Indiana’s Refusal to Pass Comprehensive and Inclusive Hate Crime Bill. For Immediate Release- January 31, 2018 ” Today, we are greatly disappointed in Indiana’s Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee for failing to vote to pass an inclusive hate crime law, […]Read More
Statement on Passage of Vote Centers and Satellite Voting Resolution by the Marion County Election Board
Statement on Passage of Vote Centers and Satellite Voting Resolution by the Marion County Election Board Friday, January 26, 2018 This week, the Marion County Election Board took a pivotal step in the push for voter access equality. The Vote Centers and Satellite Voting Resolution that was passed is being regarded as “one of the most […]Read More
Indianapolis Urban League’s Project Ready Featured as the UWCI Friday Success Story
United Way fights for the education, financial stability, health and basic needs of everyone in our community. Indianapolis Urban League is a United Way-supported agency addressing one or more of these priorities by assisting African-Americans, other minorities and disadvantaged individuals to achieve social and economic empowerment. Chelsea, Eric and Devonta are three very different high school students with varying backgrounds and experiences. […]Read More
Coloring and Conversations: An Innovative Strategy for Talking About Mental Health
TAKE ACTION FOR HEALTH Coloring and Conversations: An Innovative Strategy for Talking About Mental Health With a common goal of eliminating health disparities in the African American community, Anthem, Inc., the National Urban League, City of Hope and Pfizer, Inc., have teamed up to create Take Action for Health, a unique initiative focused on reducing […]Read More
2016 World AIDS Day
Thursday, December 1st, 2016, 11:30 AM
Indianapolis Urban League, 777 Indiana Avenue
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Faith & Ethnic Communities Stand Together Against Acts of Intimidation and Hate
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Indianapolis Urban League The Exchange Newsletter October 2016
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National Urban League Newsletter - April 2016
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Indianapolis Urban League The Exchange Newsletter February 2016
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