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CURE Celebrates the Confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson

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… Continue Reading CURE Celebrates the Confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson

CURE President Dr. Judy Lubin joins CBCF’s New National Racial Equity Initiative Task Force for Social Justice

CURE President Dr. Judy Lubin joins CBCF’s New National Racial Equity Initiative Task Force for Social Justice

Dr. Judy Lubin joins the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s inaugural National Racial Equity Initiative (NREI) Task Force for Social Justice. NREI’s mission is to combat systemic injustice and advance racial equity, human rights, education, and economic development opportunities for the Black community.  The NREI Task… Continue Reading CURE President Dr. Judy Lubin joins CBCF’s New National Racial Equity Initiative Task Force for Social Justice

Five Ways the Build Back Better Plan Could Advance Racial Equity

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… Continue Reading Five Ways the Build Back Better Plan Could Advance Racial Equity

Humanitarian Crisis and Anti-Blackness at the Border

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… Continue Reading Humanitarian Crisis and Anti-Blackness at the Border

Webinar: Expanding Our Definition of Services: Racial Justice Advocacy from Service Providers Facilitated by the Center for Urban and Racial Equity

Webinar: Expanding Our Definition of Services: Racial Justice Advocacy from Service Providers Facilitated by the Center for Urban and Racial Equity

In this webinar, participants will be supported in broadening their understanding of “services” to parents and families currently impacted by the family regulation system (also known as the child welfare system). While the archetype of a service provider in the child welfare system is typically,… Continue Reading Webinar: Expanding Our Definition of Services: Racial Justice Advocacy from Service Providers Facilitated by the Center for Urban and Racial Equity

Borealis Philanthropy: How CURE Delivers Organizational Transformation Against the Odds

Borealis Philanthropy: How CURE Delivers Organizational Transformation Against the Odds

In July, Borealis Philanthropy interviewed CURE's Dr. Judy Lubin (she/her). Click on the link below to read Judy's full reflections on CURE's resiliency throughout a turbulent past year and a half, and what learnings she is taking forward into the future. Rewind: Last year was… Continue Reading Borealis Philanthropy: How CURE Delivers Organizational Transformation Against the Odds
A Year After the Death of George Floyd, What Have We Learned?

A Year After the Death of George Floyd, What Have We Learned?

Today, we joined in solidarity with countless others mourning the loss of George Floyd. On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in a blatant display of white supremacy and racist police violence. The video of his death,… Continue Reading A Year After the Death of George Floyd, What Have We Learned?

CURE Statement on Murders of Asian Women in Atlanta and Rising Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

CURE Statement on Murders of Asian Women in Atlanta and Rising Anti-Asian Racism and Violence

March 17, 2021 We are devastated by the horrendous events that occurred yesterday which ended in the death of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian women. These senseless shootings add to the countless examples of how hate, whether in the form of racism, xenophobia,… Continue Reading CURE Statement on Murders of Asian Women in Atlanta and Rising Anti-Asian Racism and Violence