The Birmingham Urban League Young Professionals (BULYP) is a Birmingham Urban ‎League volunteer auxiliary that ‎targets young professionals ages 21-40 to empower their ‎communities and change lives through the Urban League ‎Movement. ‎

The BULYP is one of more than 36+ chapters of the National Urban League Young ‎Professionals that support the ‎National Urban League’s strategy to employ a five-point ‎approach to provide economic empowerment, educational ‎opportunities and the guarantee of ‎civil rights:

Education and Youth Empowerment ensures the education of all children by providing access to early ‎childhood literacy, ‎after-care programs and college scholarships.‎

Economic Empowerment‎ invests in the financial literacy and employability of adults through job training, ‎‎homeownership and entrepreneurship.‎

Health and Quality of Life Empowerment‎ promotes community wellness through a focus on prevention, ‎including fitness, healthy ‎eating and access to affordable healthcare.‎

Civic Engagement and Leadership Empowerment ‎encourages all people to take an active role to improve ‎quality of life through ‎participation in community service projects and public policy initiatives.‎

Civil Rights and Racial Justice Empowerment guarantees equal participation in all facets of American society ‎through proactive public ‎policies and community-based programs.‎



Don't forget We're talking about Open Enrollment & our 2018 Officer Elections this Thursday October 19, 2017 at the Birmingham Urban League, Inc. in downtown Birmingham at 1229 3rd Avenue Birmingham, AL 35203 with Martha Emmett! Also, here's some important information you need to know. 1) A brief candidate forum will be held at the meeting 2) Ballots will be provided at the meeting and only PAID members will be allowed to vote 3) Electronic voting available by sending a request to parliamentarian@bulyp.org Oct 15-18. Thanks and see you Thursday! ... See MoreSee Less

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