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Saturday, March 29, 2014


2014 National Urban League Conference Early Bird Registration - now OPEN


Don’t delay! Register today for the hottest event of the summer – the 2014 National Urban League Conference. Registration is now OPEN! We recommend that you register today as hotel rooms are LIMITED and you must be registered and paid in full to gain access to the National Urban League room block!



This year’s conference, One Nation Underemployed: Bridges to Jobs and Justice in Cincinnati, OH offers unmatched opportunities for professional development, personal empowerment, networking, and access to dynamic speakers and leaders.

Also, not to be missed at Conference this year:


  • Urban League Live the Ultimate Interactive Music Experience on Friday July, 25th at the Macy's Music Festival featuring Chaka Khan, Robin Thicke and Charlie Wilson! You must purchase tickets to the Macy’s Music Festival to attend Urban League Live. Details on how to purchase your discounted tickets will be provided with your registration confirmation.

  • A star-studded red carpet advance movie screening on Thursday July 24th.
  • The Whitney M. Young Jr., Awards Gala closing out the Conference on July 26th honoring living legends, including Academy Award winning actor, Forest Whitaker.

  • A Career & Networking Fair, Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit, inspiring plenary sessions, informative workshops and much more!

We look forward to seeing you in Cincinnati where you will discover the Queen City’s rich history, world-class museums and vibrant nightlife. Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Knoxville, and Pittsburgh are just a short drive away!
Don't delay, register TODAY!
See you in Cincinnati!

Marc H. Morial
President and CEO
National Urban League

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