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  • 07/23/2020 11:33 AM | Anonymous

    This month, NULYP is partnering with Michelle Obama's non-profit “When We All Vote.” We are calling on our community to become Voting Squad Captains and to learn how to register people! A training session will be held Thursday, July 23 at 8PM EST,  Register here https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_A03W-9vcTDOXpiXLXJcqyw

  • 06/19/2020 9:40 AM | Anonymous

    June 19 marks the end of slavery in Texas in 1865; two months after General Lee surrendered and two years after President Abraham Lincoln’s signing of the Emancipation Proclamation.  With Texas being the last to receive the news, this marked the end of slavery across the South.  

    It's Friday, the start of the weekend, it's Juneteenth Day, we're black and proud! Join us in celebration day of freedom, culture, and power. We're turning Juneteenth into #BuyBlackWeekend. Today, Saturday and Sunday we're providing you with a listing of Milwaukee black owned businesses to support not just now but as a lifestyle. Our collective power is in our buying power of supporting our own! Stay tuned for Saturday's posting

    Note the businesses listed are suggestions be sure to support any and all black owned!

    Black Owned Businesses

    PumpFive Fuel Delivery Service

    Download the app:

    Android http://bit.ly/PumpFiveAndroid

    Or, use the website.

    Sensational Flames


    Distinctive Designs By Tomira


    Delicious Bites


    JazzyRae’ Jewels

    4307 W. Vliet St.


    Mahogany Cares


    Soul2Soul Catering

    FlyBlooms by Funky Fly FlowerChild


    The Bronzeville Collective

    339 W. North Ave. (1.49 mi)

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212


    Papyrus & Charms


    Next Generation Day Camp & School Age Programs

    1809 W Atkinson Ave.


    Blossom Candle Co.


    Joyce’s House


    Vibez Creative Arts Space

    3536 W Fond Du Lac Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53216 (Inside Sherman Phoenix)


    Cierra B. Chesir- Travel Agent at Cruises, Inc.


    Jami Ward Photography


    The Itsy Bitsy Scholars


    Chase My Creations

    FB Page: Chase My Creations

    Ebony Esthetics

    12201 W. Burleigh Street, Suite 5

    Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53222


    Hookah Live

    2312 N 56th St.

    Milwaukee, WI 53208

    Manhattan Mocha

    7600 West Capital Drive

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222

    Paparazzi Ice Cream Shop

    6235B N. Teutonia Ave.

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209

    The PRIORITY Movement

    (414) 375-0271


    The Communication Strategist

    FB Page: The Communication Strategist


    Right Track


    Kreative Fruitz

    5215 N. Ironwood Rd Suite 200

    Glendale, Wisconsin 53217


    Amanda Evans Photography




    Soulful Juice

    FB Page: Soulful Juice

    Melanin&Headwraps, Inc.

    FB Page: Melanin&Headwraps, Inc.


    Sweets by Jas Da Goat

    FB Page: Sweets by Jas Da Goat

    Vazquez Collection


    Alise Patterson Makeup Artistry

    200 W. Freshwater Way

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204

    (414) 386-2970


    Avid Boutique

    8070 N 76th St.

    Milwaukee, WI 53223


    Allah Mode


    Angels In Style, LLC

    (262) 977-6255

    FB Page: angelsinstylellc

    Brie & Mac Confections


    Simplistic BSC Haircare Products


    Iron Fist Fitness, LLC

    12040 w. Feerick St. Unit H

    Wauwatosa, WI 53222


    Brownstone Social Lounge

    524 N. Water St.

    4th Quarter Sports Bar & Grill

    2722 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr.

    Skybox Sports Bar

    2213 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr

    Bijou Nails & Company – Nail Spa

    2107 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr.


    9000 W Kaul Ave.

    Taylor Design Stationery

    FB Page: Taylor Design Stationery


    Catfish Lounge

    3646 N Teutonia Ave.

    Dear Black Boy: It’s Ok to Cry


  • 06/13/2020 11:36 PM | Anonymous

    The Legislative Policy Conference is the National Urban League's policy convening – bringing together members of Congress, elected state leaders, and community advocates from across the country for over 17 years. Through various tracks, leaders, organizers, and partners discuss the policy issues impacting African-Americans and other historically underrepresented communities. Register today for this free event by using the link HERE

  • 06/10/2020 12:41 PM | Anonymous

    Join President Henry as she participates in our sister organization Fuel Milwaukee's Webinar tomorrow June 11 with Dr. Howard Fuller, Jarrett English, and Dr. Robert Smith

    Protesting: A Psychological & Strategic Driver for Societal Change

    Thursday, June 11, 20202:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT

    Register HERE

    In the two weeks since George Floyd was arrested and killed by Minneapolis police officers, communities throughout the nation have organized in protest of his and countless other unjust killings. Marches, riots, and rallies have happened in cities across the nation - all collective actions calling for change and equity in the way black and brown people are treated in our country.

    Join Fuel Milwaukee for a live discussion about the psychology and strategy of protesting. We'll talk about: the conditions and societal factors that set the stage for unprecedented, multicultural outrage to long-standing injustices wide-spread "Black Lives Matter" sentiment and what it means for racial unity among all groups of people the psychology of rioting and why it happens amid mostly peaceful demonstrations the road to change and what must happen in concert with acts of civil unrest to create lasting change.

    This conversation is intended to share information and foster understanding about what everyone in Milwaukee, and the nation, is experiencing in our communities. This discussion is a safe place and is open to all.

  • 06/02/2020 1:50 PM | Anonymous

  • 05/26/2020 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    Are you Ready!?! On June 2nd-3rd 2020,  join the National Urban League Young Professionals Southern Region as we host a free inaugural SoYP Virtual Conference. This premiere experience has been curated to deliver the perfect blend of education, service, fun, networking and prizes!

    Register at www.nulyp.org/soyp

    The Milwaukee Chapter are excited to host a special session entitled Cocktails and Conversations during the Conference at 6:30PM CST.  Be sure to register to be apart of this free spectacular event!

    Come dressed to impress and experience virtual speed networking, and social, and insightful events with young professionals from across the country! Prepare to build as you climb with the southern region for a virtual conference to remember!

  • 05/18/2020 9:41 AM | Anonymous

    While the physical impact of COVID-19 is detrimental the lasting impact on the mental state is even worse.

    This conversation with black men and for black men will offer ideas for best mental health and self-care tools for navigating this time and beyond. This discussion will focus on the problems that arise from the lack of dialogue of these important health topics by men in our culture and the systemic causes behind them

    We are excited for an informative dialogue presented by:

    Moderator, Richard Badger, Community Advocate, and Past Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals President

    Wisconsin State Representative David Bowen, Assembly District 10

    The Honorable Judge Derek Mosley, City of Milwaukee Municipal Court 

    Dr. Ramel Kweku Akyirefi Smith, Psychologist and President of BLAQUESMITH, LLC

    Black Men's Mental Health & Well Being

    Thursday, May 21, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CST

    Register for this virtual discussion at https://tmulyp.org/event-3765428

  • 04/08/2020 10:46 PM | Anonymous

    Over the past month our world, country, state, city along with our daily personal and professional lives have been disrupted due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. It is only natural for fear, and anxiety of the unknown to set in.  In particularly we have seen the recent data on the increased number of positive cases in Wisconsin and the rise in deaths in the African American community in Milwaukee.

    While this indeed is concerning, we want to ensure that we receive an understanding of COVID-19 and its impact in our community and hear from our expert public health official along with healthcare professionals who are working on the front lines in addressing this public health crisis to gain insight, education, resources around messaging, and next steps.

    TOMORROW April 9, we are hosting a live virtual discussion featuring:

    City of Milwaukee Health Commissioner, Dr. Jeanette Kowalik

    Dr. Eve Hall, President & CEO, Milwaukee Urban League 

    Healthcare Professionals, and Members of the Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals:

    Jackie Oraedu, Physician Assistant

    LaRonda Joyner, Registered Nurse

    Dr. Lyah Holmes, Nurse Practitioner

    Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 in Milwaukee

    Thursday, April 9, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST

    Register here https://tmulyp.org/event-3808055 

    This conversation and the information provided is intended to empower our membership and the Milwaukee community to flatten the curve, and ensure the health of yourself, your loved ones, and everyone around you.

  • 03/30/2020 10:40 AM | Anonymous

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