Civic Engagement and Social Justice
The Urban League engages customers and stakeholders in advocating for improved public policy to achieve social justice, becoming an expert source of information about the factors affecting African Americans. We utilize the advocacy efforts of our auxiliaries to promote civic engagement. Finally, our actions support the voice of the National Urban League and its efforts.
Voter Registration –
Public Safety Advisory Council – Public Safety Advisory Council of Metropolitan St. Louis was established to provide an open forum to foster positive community relations between the law enforcement community and citizens of the St. Louis metropolitan area to further the cause of public safety.
Federation of Block Units — The Federation of Block Units is the oldest self-help grass roots organization in St. Louis with a proven track record of promoting self-sufficiency and strong communities throughout the metropolitan region.
Young Professionals — The Urban League Young Professionals is the Urban League’s vehicle for engaging and grooming future generations in the Urban League “Movement”.
Guild — The Urban League Guild consists of community volunteers, civic and political, and business and professional women who are committed to improving the quality of life for people in need, as well as those in the community.
NULITES Youth Initiative — Founded on the premise that young people are our most valuable resource, NULITES is designed to reflect the positive aspects of youth in today’s society while providing opportunities for personal and leadership development.