Chicago Urban League
The Chicago Urban League, established in 1916 in Chicago, Illinois, is an affiliate of the National Urban League that develops programs and partnerships and engages in advocacy to address the need for employment, entrepreneurship, affordable commercial real estate and a quality education. The League was established by an interracial group of community leaders as a resettlement organization assisting African American migrants arriving in Chicago from the rural South. Andrea Zopp is the President and CEO of the Chicago Urban League.
Still Separate ..., published in 2005, found that Chicago had the fifth most racially segregated residential metropolitan area in the United States.
- The Vicious Circle: Race, Prison, Jobs and Community in Chicago, Illinois and the Nation (Chicago Urban League, 2002)
- Still Separate, Unequal, Race: Place and Policy in Chicago (Chicago Urban League, 2005)
- "The Urban League's future". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 1 June 2015.
- "Northern Exposure". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 1 June 2015.
- Street, Paul (2002). "The Vicious Circle: Race, Prison, Jobs, and Community in Chicago, Illinois, and the Nation" (PDF). Chicago Urban League. Retrieved 29 May 2015.
- Chicago Urban League
- Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League
- "ProjectNEXT not all things to all people" - Article on League's transition to focusing on economic development
- Chicago Urban League Photos - images of the Chicago Urban League, mostly in the 1950s to the 1970s, from the University of Illinois at Chicago
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