It All Starts
with US

COMMUNITY.
UNITY.
LEGACY.

The 106-year-old COLUMBUS URBAN LEAGUE (CUL) is an advocate and resource for Black and urban communities that is dedicated to growing wealth, education, earning power and small businesses while also supporting strong families. Driven to advance racial equity and social justice, CUL has distinguished itself as an effective organization in numerous ways, including as one of only ten organizations to be selected for funding by One Million Black Women and by earning ranking as one of the top five percent of all 92 National Urban League affiliates.

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    Fishing with Dad — a celebration of Fatherhood, is back for 2024! Join us on Saturday, June 8th at Franklin Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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    Dispatch Guest Column: Columbus residents 'hunger for a chance' yet region ranks town bottom for racial inclusion.

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    See how CUL aims to prepare workers for new industries headed to Central Ohio. "It’s going to be all hands on deck."

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  • 18,218

    Clients directly served in last year by CUL

  • $2.5 million

    Income earnings based on job placements

  • 350

    Interactions mediating potential violence

  • 1,481

    Black-owned businesses coached by MBAC

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