The Long Island Equal Opportunity Day (EOD) attracts hundreds of attendees and thousands of viewers via print and social media networks. EOD recognizes businesses and individuals that provide opportunities for underrepresented groups to be included in America's mainstream. The Reception includes Premium Buffet and Open Bar featuring Deluxe Brands.
This analysis provides detailed credit analytics, including measures of access to credit, for Long Island and its counties, Nassau and Suffolk. In addition, it examines data by zip code to highlight which Long Island neighborhoods have stronger credit needs and where they are similar or dissimilar.
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Lois Cooper, Chair
Gretta Diane Myers, Secretary
Barbara Hurst, Treasurer
Theresa Sanders, President & CEO
Florella Adams, Member
Maxwell Attah, Member
James Banks, Member
Theretha Ree Gilbert, NPP, Member
Kimberly S. Jones, Esq., Member
Imani Moye, Member
Ajia Simmons-Bennett, Member
Founded in 1972 and incorporated in 1974, the Urban League of Long Island, Inc. is one of nearly 100 affiliates of the National Urban League.
The mission of the Urban League of Long Island, Inc. is to enable African-Americans and other disenfranchised individuals to secure economic self reliance, parity, power, and civil rights.