Urban League of Detroit & Southeastern MI - 5:08
with N. Charles Anderson, President & CEO, Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan
Posted Feb 23, 2017
As a human services and advocacy organization, for ninety-six years the League has provided critical services to disadvantaged citizens, organized the unorganized and has established and promoted leadership of service to the greater Detroit community. The League has a broad based Board of Directors representing corporate, financial and service industries, as well as, representatives from government, labor and educational institutions. Staff of 40+ serve over 60,000 individuals each year. It is this history and collective pool of expertise that plays an integral part in the design and implementation of programs and strategies, which keep the League well positioned to respond to the vast needs of the community. Visit the Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan on the web, FaceBook and twitter. Recorded on February 16th, 2017.
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