The history of the Urban League of Pittsburgh is more than the tale of one city. It underscores the growth of a vibrant social movement. As past NUL president John Jacobs put it, the ULP mirrors the conditions that brought the national organization into existence, including “the kinds of people—black and white—who created it and struggled to keep it alive.”...
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