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IG Live on The Power of Rest

Join Congressional Black Caucus Foundation on IG Live, Thursday, April 6 at 6:30 pm ET for a discussion on The Power of Rest with CURE’s Dr. Judy Lubin, an NREI Ambassador, and NREI Senior Program Manager, Solomon Ayalew. The National Racial Equity Initiative (NREI) Taskforce, comprised of academics,

CURE 2022: Year in Review

As the end of the year approaches, the CURE team is taking time to reflect on this past year and express our appreciation to you for being a part of our community and the powerful work we are engaged in collectively to bring forth equity

CURE’s Statement on Florida’s Stop WOKE Act

We are outraged by this week’s federal ruling to uphold HB 7, also known as the Stop the Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees (WOKE) Act. Now set to take effect on July 1, 2022, this legislation will limit discussions on racism in Florida schools

CURE Celebrates the Confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson

The confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the 116th Justice of the Supreme Court is a groundbreaking moment for the nation and in the Court’s 233-year history.  “Judge Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court affirms what we’ve always known – a Black woman’s place

Five Ways the Build Back Better Plan Could Advance Racial Equity

Members of Congress are currently debating the fate of a social safety net package containing a number of historic investments with the potential to direct critical resources to address deep health and economic inequities faced by Black and brown communities. Through transformational policies like the

Humanitarian Crisis and Anti-Blackness at the Border

CURE Condemns Racist Treatment of Haitian and Black Asylum Seekers at the US-Mexico Border September 22, 2021 – The Center for Urban and Racial Equity condemns the racist and dehumanizing treatment of Haitian asylum seekers by the Biden administration. The verbal abuse and physical assault