Tuesday, April 10, 2018


URC has launched it’s national Urban Roundtable Series to inform listen to urban constituents around the country on critical matters.
Join hundreds of local residents:

The Urban Revitalization Coalition lead by Dr. Darrell Scott; Chairman; Kareem Lanier, COO; working along side White House Domestic Policy Council, White House National Economic Council, White House American Innovations Office; Local Connecticut Partners; The Minority Business Association & Center For Joint Venture lead by Tom McMillian and Chiquita Stephenson; Newly appointed policy advisor, Carl Higbie; Impact Church Pastored by Fred Gee Jr and State Representative Dr. Charlie Stallworth (D), have committed to developing sustainable economic opportunities that have become a road map to restore and build sustainable urban community structure. 

On Wednesday, April 11th from 4:00 P.M,  Dr. Scott, Mr. Lanier along with other partners are excited to hold a roundtable on the future of urban revitalization efforts in Bridgeport, CT.

“Our country has a 22 trillion dollar dilemma which is the amount of taxpayer dollars spent on the war on poverty. We at URC are committed to assisting our country in solving this problem.”
             -Dr. Darrell Scott
 Urban Revitalization Coalition is working in concert with the White House to craft “Urban Policies for Urban Revitalization to Restore Urban Pride.” URC has also created it’s “URC 13 Point Program Model” which strategically provides structure, guidance, and the fundamental resources needed to mobilize and create sustainable communities in Urban America. This approach creates a wealth of growth opportunities which enhances the appeal and effectiveness of previously overlooked Urban Communities.

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