Each year, the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City hosts Equal Opportunity Day (EOD), which provides a diversity discussion among corporate and civic leaders about the challenges of achieving equality while honoring local equal opportunity advocates. The 43rd Annual EOD Awards Luncheon will be a virtual event held on Giving Tuesday, November 30th, at 11:30 a.m. This year’s EOD will focus on closing economic gaps for small and minority businesses. Join us in learning the keys to minority business success from Dr. Germaine Smith-Baugh, President and CEO of the Urban League of Broward County!

African American women have a 31% breast cancer mortality rate – the highest of any U.S. racial or ethnic group. Together, the Urban League, Variety Care, and Integris have partnered to help individuals with the prevention, detection, and follow-up care by providing FREE mammograms for African American women over the age of 40. Transportation assistance to your appointment is available if needed.

Credit can be a beneficial tool when used responsibly. Many people can’t buy a car, home, or other big-ticket items without using credit. But what is credit? How do you build it? Or rebuild it? Join us as we discuss how to understand and manage this vital financial instrument.

Our Programs

Imagine a world with no equality gaps

We work toward this vision through programs and initiatives in these areas:

Housing and Financial Literacy

The Affordable Housing Program has been one of the core focuses of the Urban League since 1946. The Affordable Housing Program provides quality, affordable homes by rehabilitating existing structures and constructing new homes and prepares families for homeownership by hosting homebuyer essentials workshops.

Diversity Partners