Welcome to the Tacoma Urban League

For 50 years the Tacoma Urban League has worked in a variety of ways to strengthen and support the local African American community. Founded in 1968, the Tacoma Urban League is devoted to empowering African Americans and other disenfranchised groups to enter the economic and social mainstream. From its earliest days in the civil rights movement, through years of partnership with government and public agencies, the Tacoma Urban League has been a beacon of hope and a catalyst for change in the South Puget Sound African American community.

Our Mission is to assist African Americans, other ethnic minorities, and economically disadvantaged individuals and families in the achievement of social equality and economic independence.

Visit the National Urban League page here

 

50th Anniversary of the Tacoma Urban League

Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Tacoma Urban League and honor our past leaders and pioneers including our Founding President, Mr. Thomas Dixon.

Since 1968 we have worked to strengthen and support the local African American community and other disenfranchised groups in the achievement of social equality and economic independence. Help us celebrate our past as we look forward to the next 50 years!

Click here to register and purchase tickets.

For sponsorship information please email lindadanforth@gmail.com.

For more information please call our office at 253-383-2007.

CLICK HERE to download/print the event notice.

Save the Date!  Saturday December 1st for the Annual Holiday Luau!  

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