Louisville Urban League celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. with sports

The Louisville Urban League is celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr., with sports. Specifically track.

First, is the the Louisville Urban League Invitational, an open meet for youth across Kentucky. The second is the annual LUL/KSU Indoor classic. The Urban League will host Historically Black Colleges and Universities from across the country.

Both events are open to the public and tickets are available at the door.

“These are important events for our community and for the sport,” according to a press release.

The Louisville Urban League is a non-profit serving the Louisville community since 1921. The organization provides workforce development services, housing services, and youth development and education services. The Louisville Urban League serves over 12,000 individuals annually through direct services and extended collaborations, providing families throughout the community with opportunities to achieve economic stability.

Louisville Urban League Invitational

Saturday, Jan 14. 3 p.m.- Sunday 10 a.m.

LOUISVILLE URBAN LEAGUE INVITATIONAL
When: Saturday, January 14, 3PM – Sunday, January 15, 10AM
Where: Norton Healthcare Sports & Learning Center
Who: Youth athletes from across the staff
 

What: LUL/KSU HBCU INDOOR CLASSIC

When: Monday, January 16, 10:00 AM

Where: Norton Healthcare Sports & Learning Center

Who: This meet will feature teams from Historically Black Colleges and Universities from across the country. We are excited to have Tennessee State University, Lane College, Morehouse College, Philander Smith College, Allen University SC, LeMoyne-Owen College, Kentucky State University, Harris-Stowe State University, Delaware State University, and Bluefield State University, all participating! Dj John Q will be in the building! MELANnaire Marketplace vendors will be there!