• 2 Oct 2019 1:10 PM | Anonymous

    Dr. Eve M. Hall joined local non-profit and political leaders to provide insight on Milwaukee’s urban growth and development as part of a live, statewide radio broadcast on Monday, September 30, 2019 at the Northern Lights Theater at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

    WTMJ 2020 – a live broadcast of WTMJ-AM – was a daylong look at a variety of topics important to Milwaukee and Wisconsin, including transportation, education, politics, sports, and public safety. During the “Urban Hour”, panelists discussed topics such as vacant sites, downtown rejuvenation vs. urban decay, transportation, education, and more. Other participants on the urban growth and development panel included Milwaukee Aldermen Cavalier Johnson and Michael Murphy, as well as Keith Stanley, Executive Director of Near Westside Partners, Inc.


    The Milwaukee Urban League, founded in 1919, works to empower communities and change lives through a series of workforce development and education programs designed to create economic vibrancy in Milwaukee’s African-American community.


  • 25 Sep 2019 1:29 PM | Anonymous


    Milwaukee WI, September 25, 2019: Dozens of medical and educational professionals and physicians from the Medical College of Wisconsin joined the Milwaukee Urban League (MUL) at a special reception on September 5th in celebration of the 100th anniversary of MUL. The event was co-hosted by MCW Provost and Executive Vice President Joseph Kerschner, MD and Gregory M. Wesley, JD, Senior Vice-President Strategic Alliances and Business Development.

    The proceeds help support MUL’s education and employment programs which promote economic vibrancy for hundreds of Milwaukee area residents every year.

    “Partnerships like those with the Medical College of Wisconsin are critical as the Milwaukee Urban League continues to work to empower communities and change lives,” said Dr. Eve M. Hall, President & CEO of the Milwaukee Urban League. “Our programs provide job placement for the current workforce and fund educational programs to assist future workers and leaders. Working together, we make the community better. We are appreciative of the many individuals who generously support the Milwaukee Urban League.”

    The 100 Medical Professionals for 100 Years event is one in a series of receptions where diverse groups of community leaders are lending their support to the Milwaukee Urban League as it celebrates 100 years of service.

    The Milwaukee Urban League has a goal of raising $1 million by the end of 2019 to celebrate its centennial year. Individuals with questions may contact the Milwaukee Urban League at 414-374-5850, ext 129. Donations may also be made on MUL’s website, donate here.


  • 9 Sep 2019 11:57 AM | Anonymous


    Milwaukee, WI, September 5, 2019: This week, the Milwaukee Urban League welcomed hundreds of students back-to-school at two Milwaukee Public Schools’ elementary schools. Team MUL participated in welcome back rallies at Auer Avenue School and Oliver Wendell Holmes School. This is the first year Auer Avenue School is working with the Milwaukee Urban League as part of the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County’s Community Schools Partnership program. MUL also participates in the Community Schools program with North Division High School. Oliver Wendell Holmes is a multi-year participant in MUL’s Project Ready: STEM, a science education-based program initiative from the National Urban League and sponsored locally by GE Healthcare.

    “Our involvement in the city’s 53206 Initiative is what makes MUL’s connection to MPS and our education programming so cohesive,” said MUL President and CEO Dr. Eve M. Hall. “MUL partners with Auer Avenue, Holmes, and North Division High School to provide STEM programming, as well as college and career readiness programs.”

    In addition to the welcome back-to-school rallies, the Milwaukee Urban League also hosted several events to collect school supplies and backpacks that were donated to students at Holmes, Auer Avenue and other schools in the 53206 neighborhood.

    The Milwaukee Urban League was founded in 1919 and is one of the oldest National Urban League affiliates in the country. The MUL focuses on educational and workforce development programs to promote and create economic vibrancy. The goals of MUL are to empower communities and change lives.


    For additional information contact: Milwaukee Urban League

    Aaron Bledsoe, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO

    Email: abledsoe@tmul.org

    Phone: 414-374-5850 ext. 121



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