Reintroducing YOUR Urban League Twin Cities

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Reintroducing YOUR Urban League Twin Cities

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By Urban League Twin Cities

When and where

Date and time

Friday, March 24 · 3 - 7pm CDT


Glover Sudduth Center 2100 Plymouth Ave N Minneapolis, MN 55411

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us on March 24th for our Reintroduction Celebration! Enjoy free food, drinks, music, and prizes while learning about ULTC's new and existing programs and services!

3:00 - Celebration kicks off!

3:30 - Welcome from the ULTC Interim President/CEO, Marquita Stephens

4:00 - Program Highlights

5:00 - Special Guests

6:00 - Music and Networking

7:00 - Celebration Ends

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About the organizer


The Urban League Twin Cities (ULTC) envisions a future in which African descendants are fully engaged, empowered and invested in the success and well-being of the Twin Cities metro area. Founded in 1925, ULTC (formerly Minneapolis Urban League) has for 97 years served as a relentless and unapologetic advocate for equity, justice and power for African descendants in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. We help people secure and sustain meaningful employment, live healthier lives, advance educational goals for themselves and their children, and build wealth that can be passed down from generation to generation.


ULTC programs are organized around the social determinants of well-being, including employment, housing, education, food security and access to information and technology.

We work with the full spectrum of adult job seekers ranging from persons with no or low skills to skilled and educated persons looking to change careers or acquire new employable skills. We offer a felon-friendly operation with counselors who are experienced with persons who have prior history of incarceration, long-term absences or significant gaps in employment, inadequate education and work skills, and lack of reliable transportation and childcare. We provide coaching, training and case management to help clients attain stable employment with family sustaining wages.

We serve homeless persons, renters and prospective homebuyers through a variety of remote and digital platforms. Our HUD certified housing counselors offer financial literacy training, credit building, and down payment assistance.

Our education programs engage middle and high school students to explore career and post-secondary education options, including an HBCU tour. We integrate academic skill building with life-skills development.

Our civic engagement platform features a bi-monthly virtual town hall forum we call, ‘Real Talk’. These 75-minute online discussions focus on pressing issues impacting the Black community, including COVID-19, police violence and public safety reform.