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Marc Morial

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Marc H. Morial is President and CEO of the National Urban League. He was a Louisiana State Senator from 1992-1994, and served as mayor of New Orleans from 1994 to 2002. Morial is an Executive Committee member of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, the Black Leadership Forum and Leadership, and is a Board Member of both the Muhammad Ali Center and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

Documentary Film On Dick Gregory Sets The Record Straight On Activist Comedian’s Legacy

By Marc Morial / President and CEO, National Urban League  “I chose to be an agitator. The next time you put your underwear in the...

Civil Rights Leaders Urge White House To Put The “Full Moral Prestige And Power Of The Presidency” Behind Voting Rights

“The 21st century Jim Crow assault is real. It's unrelenting, and we're going to challenge it vigorously. While this broad assault against voting rights...

Vernon Jordan On Whitney M. Young, Jr.: One Visionary Warrior Pays Tribute To Another

by Marc Morial / President and CEO, National Urban League This Saturday, July 31st, we remember and celebrate Whitney Moore Young, Jr., on the centennial...

Stimulus Aid to Cities Presents an Opportunity to Fight Crime with Summer Jobs

“The Harlem Youth Action Project was a city-funded attempt to keep some of the smarter kids off the street … the next time I...

Black Business Leaders Are Energizing Corporate America On Voting Rights

by Marc Morial, TO BE EQUAL In the long arc of the nation’s history of racially-motivated voter suppression, 2021 will stand as a clear and...

Marc Morial

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Marc H. Morial is President and CEO of the National Urban League. He was a Louisiana State Senator from 1992-1994, and served as mayor of New Orleans from 1994 to 2002. Morial is an Executive Committee member of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, the Black Leadership Forum and Leadership, and is a Board Member of both the Muhammad Ali Center and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
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