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Author(s):National Urban League
Title:National Urban League Scholarships
Organization:National Urban League
Short Description:The National Urban League posts a scholarships link that lists over 50 scholarships available to African-American and minority students each year.
Annotation:The National Urban League Scholarship Program offers college scholarships to help deserving students attend some of our country's most influential and challenging institutions. Since 1999 the League has given away $10 million in scholarships to deserving African-American students seeking to attend college but in need of financial support. The League posts a scholarships link that lists over 50 scholarships available to African-American and minority students each year.
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African Americans
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
Scholarship Databases

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