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Ralph Hollmon

Ralph Hollmon, former President and CEO of the Milwaukee Urban League (as of 1/23/2017).

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Jewish Museum Milwaukee Exhibit Recounts Jewish, African American Alliance for Civil Rights
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Jewish Museum Milwaukee Exhibit Recounts Jewish, African American Alliance for Civil Rights

Museum forms committee of local leaders dedicated to ongoing mutual advocacy for equality

Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs Announces Confirmation of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs
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Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs Announces Confirmation of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs

Mrs. Brookshire’s confirmation comes following a comprehensive national search, a series of public listening sessions and meetings with key social justice stakeholders.

Abele Appointee to County Office on African American Affairs Wins Unanimous Support from County Board’s Economic Development Committee
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Abele Appointee to County Office on African American Affairs Wins Unanimous Support from County Board’s Economic Development Committee

OAAA Poised to Continue Important Workforce Development Work Under Director Nicole Brookshire

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces Appointment of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs
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Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces Appointment of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs

Brookshire was selected as the top candidate from a group of 250 by the OAAA Transition Committee.

Milwaukee to Host 2,500 Professional Women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at its Central Regional Conference, April 6-9, 2017
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Milwaukee to Host 2,500 Professional Women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at its Central Regional Conference, April 6-9, 2017

The gathering is expected to bring more than 2,500 attendees, fill almost 3,000 hotel rooms and generate $2.4 million in direct spending.

2017 State of the City
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2017 State of the City

As Delivered by Mayor Tom Barrett

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Convenes Community Leaders on Office on African American Affairs
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Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Convenes Community Leaders on Office on African American Affairs

Ralph Hollmon to Spearhead Group’s Discussions on OAAA Hiring and Community Engagement

Milwaukee Urban League Selects Dr. Eve Hall to Succeed Ralph E. Hollmon as President & CEO
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Milwaukee Urban League Selects Dr. Eve Hall to Succeed Ralph E. Hollmon as President & CEO

Commits to continued strong collaboration with African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin through transition and beyond

Support Grows for U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin’s Stronger Way Act
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Support Grows for U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin’s Stronger Way Act

Bold legislation to fight poverty with real solutions garners support from leaders in Wisconsin and across the country

Murphy’s Law: Why Rocky Marcoux Is In Trouble
Murphy’s Law

Why Rocky Marcoux Is In Trouble

New Common Council leaders want to ax the DCD leader. But why? Few will say.

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

New Maures Development complex could house it on ground floor, but details are scanty.

Black Leaders Talk About Barrett

Contribution to Milele A. Coggs of $50

Black Leaders Talk About Barrett

Black Leaders Talk About Barrett

How has the mayor succeeded -- and failed -- in serving African American neighborhoods.

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $400

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

African American leaders who support it face skepticism from constituents.

City help for Milwaukee Bucks development approved after community benefits debate
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Introduces NextGen High Schools Act
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U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Introduces NextGen High Schools Act

Legislation creates a competitive high school redesign program to increase number and percentage of students who graduate college and career-ready

Public can learn about network vehicle driver job opportunities at event TONIGHT
Bronzeville Week 2014 offers enrichment for the mind, body and soul
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Bronzeville Week 2014 offers enrichment for the mind, body and soul

Festival set for first day of family-oriented and fun week of events in Bronzeville

VISIT Milwaukee Names 2014-15 Officers and Board of Directors
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VISIT Milwaukee Names 2014-15 Officers and Board of Directors

VISIT Milwaukee announces its officers and Board of Directors for the business year 2014-15.

Bronzeville Week all about celebrating the past, present and future of key Milwaukee district
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Bronzeville Week all about celebrating the past, present and future of key Milwaukee district

Art, history, commerce, community and culture rooted in a rich urban tradition comes together starting Saturday, August 17 as the inaugural Bronzeville Week kicks off in Milwaukee, hosted by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs.

City Looks to Jumpstart Bronzeville Revival

City Looks to Jumpstart Bronzeville Revival

Plans for redeveloped district includes restaurants, taverns, theaters, museums and artists’ studios.