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September 29: The civil rights organization, the National Urban League, was founded in New York City, 1901
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Published September 29, 2021

Six leaders of the nation’s largest black civil rights organizations meet in New York’s Hotel Roosevelt in July 1963 to plan a civil rights march on Washington. From left: John Lewis, chairman, Student Non-Violence Coordinating Committee; Whitney Young, national director, Urban League; A. Philip Randolph, president of the Negro American Labor Council; Martin Luther King Jr., president Southern Christian Leadership Conference; James Farmer, Congress of Racial Equality director; and Roy Wilkins, executive secretary, NAACP. (Harry Harris/AP Photo)

September 29: The civil rights organization, the National Urban League, was founded in New York City, 1901

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