Los Angeles Urban League

For over 100 years Los Angeles Urban League has served as a powerful advocate for African-Americans and other minorities by ensuring our communities have access to careers with living wages, opportunities to start and grow businesses, and clear pathways to personal and professional growth.

Our Story

Since 1921 Los Angeles Urban League has fought for African Americans and other underutilized communities.


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Backstage Careers

Learn more about our 12 week online visual effects training program.

Construction Careers

Construction Careers Academy prepares students to take and pass a union trade entry exam.

Biz Camp

Our popular Biz Camp educates and inspires teens to turn their ideas into a business through entrepreneurship.


View our upcoming events and learn how you can participate.

Recent News

2024 Kingdom Day Parade

2024 Kingdom Day Parade

The Los Angeles Urban League (LAUL) celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King in a significant manner this year. We participated in the 39th annual Kingdom Day Parade, which took place in the Crenshaw District and Leimert Park, featuring the timely theme: "Can't Stop, Won't...

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