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Urban League launches business development program for underserved (access required)

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The Urban League of Rochester is launching a new business development program. PowerShift: Building Small Business is a partnership between the Urban League and to launch a directory that spotlights minority, women and veteran-owned small businesses in Monroe County. ...

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CCSI conference to address diversity, racial equity

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Coordinated Care Services Inc. this week will collaborate with the Urban League of Rochester, N.Y. Inc. and Action for a Better Community Inc. on a two-day conference focused on diversity, racial equity and inclusion. “From Theory to Practice: The Individual, ...

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Urban League, ESL offer small business grants (access required)


The Urban League of Rochester has teamed with ESL Federal Credit Union’s Charitable Foundation to provide small businesses in Monroe County $300,000 total in COVID-19 relief funds. The Sustaining Small Businesses and COVID-19 Relief Grant Program will support small business ...

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Urban League chief to speak at St. John Fisher graduation (access required)


The outgoing president and CEO of the Urban League of Rochester, William G. Clark, will be the commencement speaker at St. John Fisher College during graduation ceremonies May 11. Clark is a 1978 graduate of Fisher, having earned a bachelor’s ...

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Urban League president to retire (access required)

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William Clark, longtime president and CEO of the Urban League of Rochester NY Inc., has announced his retirement, effective April 5, 2019. Clark’s career at the Urban League spans 37 years, beginning as chief financial officer, overseeing the agency’s annual ...

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Urban League luncheon to focus on children’s behavioral health (access required)


The Urban League of Rochester will hold its 53rd annual luncheon Thursday, focusing on children’s behavioral health. Karen Pittman, a sociologist and founder of the Forum for Youth Investment, will serve as the event’s keynote speaker. Pittman will discuss the ...

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