Established in 1919 as an affiliate of the National Urban League (NUL), our organization is one of numerous NUL affiliates established during the early 20th century, when millions of African-Americans migrated northward from southern states in search of greater opportunities and a better way of life. Milwaukee Urban League (MUL) is celebrating 100 Years of Empowering Milwaukee community residents. Kindly consider donating and help us reach our goal for another 100 years of service.
NOVEMBER 26, 2019 - VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETING
DECEMBER 11, 2019 - EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DAY LUNCHEON - SOLD OUT
MARCH 18, 2020 - ANNUAL MEETING - SAVE THE DATE
Today’s TMJ 4 News came to the Milwaukee Urban League and did a feature story on our free Driver’s Education classes, and how it is positively impacting those who participate. Click here for more details
Dr. Eve M. Hall, president and CEO of Milwaukee Urban League, has been recognized as a 2019 Milwaukee-area Power Broker by the Milwaukee Business Journal. This is a distinguished honor that was given to 50 individuals who are seen as agents of change in “business deals, community projects or raising money for a great cause.” Dr. Hall can be found on photo 29 of 50 in the article’s slideshow. Click to read more
MUL hosted their last job recruitment event of the year and we had a great turn out! CBS 58 was able to visit and cover a few highlights. Click to read more
One of our Community Partner Schools, North Division High School, was also featured on TMJ 4 News. This story captured some of the wonderful changes being made in the high school, many of which our Community School Coordinator, Lateff Alston, played a major role in. Click to read more
MUL President and CEO serves as expert panelist on urban growth and development. Click to read more
Medical College of Wisconsin joins in celebration of 100th anniversary of Milwaukee Urban League. Click to read details
The MKE United Anti-Displacement Fund provides grants to eligible homeowners who live in near downtown neighborhoods to help them pay for increases in their property taxes. The Anti-Displacement Fund is being led by MKE United, a cross-sector collaborative working to ensure that long term residents in near downtown neighborhoods share in the benefits of new development and are not displaced due to increasing property taxes.
The 60th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon will celebrate the accomplishments of Milwaukee-area residents and organizations dedicated to empowering communities and changing lives. This year also features a special panel with insight on inclusion efforts for 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee.
Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
424 East Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Learn more about our honorees!
The Milwaukee Urban League has various ways you can become a member. Our auxiliaries provide the perfect fit for you to empower yourself and your community. MUL executes its mission with enthusiastic volunteers from two auxiliary groups: Milwaukee Urban League Guild and Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals (MULYP) who give the gift of time, talent, and resources. These two groups assist the organization and staff through volunteerism, philanthropy, membership development, and program support.