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The Tucson Urban League Mission

The mission of the Tucson Urban League is to advance economic and social prosperity for African Americans and other under served Tucson area residents by creating access to opportunity through advocacy, community partnerships, and programs and services.  Our three pronged strategy for pursuing the mission is:

        1. Ensuring that our young children are well educated and equipped for economic 
             self-reliance in  the 21st century;

        2. Helping adults attain economic self - sufficiency through good jobs, home 
            ownership, entrepreneurship and wealth accumulation, and 

        3. Ensuring our civil rights by eradicating all barriers to equal participation in the 
            economic and social mainstream of America

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Message from the President and CEO

The Tucson Urban League is excited to welcome and introduce Ms. Deborah L Embry as our President and CEO.  Ms. Embry brings a wealth of experience destined to take our organization to the next level of impact and sustainability.

Debbi Embry Bio

 May 22nd 2014
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(520) 791-9522
2305 South Park Avenue
Tucson Arizona

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"Every American child is ready for college, work and life"

"Every American has access to jobs with a living wage and good benefits."

"Every American has lives in safe, decent, affordable and energy efficient housing on fair terms."

"Every American has access to quality and affordable health care solutions."

"Every American has full access to a fair and equitable justice system."

"Every documented and undocumented American has full access to a system of due process as embodied in our Constitution and Bill of Rights ."