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The following are news stories and commentary that mention or are written by CURE’s staff.

July 24, 2022

The Inclusive Enterprise Podcast with Dr. Judy Lubin PhD, MPH

The Inclusive Enterprise

May 26, 2022

Racial Equity Report Provides Tangible Resource for Nonprofit Leaders to Deliver on Anti-racist Pledges Made in 2020

EIN Press Wire

February 9, 2022

Unpacking the Uproar Over the First Black Woman Supreme Court Nominee


October 7, 2021

Biden Urged to Stop Deporting Haitians, Develop Anti-Racist Immigration Policy

Haitian Times

September 28, 2021

Haitians Demand Immigration Reform In Wake Of Cleared Camp


September 28, 2021

Haitians Demand Immigration Reform In Wake Of Cleared Camp

The Miami Times

September 22, 2021

Humanitarian Crisis and Anti-Blackness at the Border

South Florida Caribbean News

July 20, 2021

How CURE Delivers Organizational Transformation Against the Odds

Borealis Philanthropy

April 6, 2021

Want to help fight for health justice? It may be time to listen

American Heart Association News

February 16, 2021

GovExec Daily: How the Vaccine Rollout is Leaving out Communities of Color

Government Executive 

December 8, 2020

Courts Criticized for Inaction on Racism

The Philadelphia Inquirer

December 8, 2020

Systemic racism still festering inside city’s courts, Black judges say during legislative hearing

The Philadelphia Tribune

December 8, 2020

Council: Try a Little Harder!

Daily News

December 7, 2020

City Council criticizes Philly courts for inaction on systemic racism

The Philadelphia Inquirer

December 7, 2020

Philly courts mired in mistrust, racial tension according to testimony

KYW NewsRadio

December 7, 2020

Phila. Councilmembers Call Out FJD Leadership’s Absence in Racial Equity Hearing, Imply Budgetary Consequences

Law.Com | The Legal Intelligence

November 13, 2020

Sure, Joe Biden won. But anti-racism activists warn that ‘we can never lose our vigilance again’

Yahoo! Life

October 27, 2020

Racial tensions and resentment persist in Philly courts, judge and civil rights attorney say

Pennsylvania Capital Star

October 23, 2020

Racial tensions and resentment persist in city courts, judge and civil rights attorney say

The Philadelphia Tribune

July 14, 2020

Report finds ‘culture of nepotism,’ ‘troubling pattern of racial resentment’ brewing in city courts


July 13, 2020

Biden Offers Big Government Plan to Address Racial Inequality

Wall Street Journal

July 10, 2020

Equity Study Calls on Phila. Courts to Address ‘Culture of Nepotism, Mistrust and Racial Tensions’


July 9, 2020

A study found Philly courts rife with nepotism and racial tensions. Judges waited a year to release it.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

June 10, 2020

Opinion: Defund the police for safer, healthier and sustainable black communities


June 4, 2020

#SayHerName: Tepid response to Breonna Taylor’s killing has many wondering which black lives matter?


June 2, 2020

Racism Kills, Police Violence Must End

South Florida Caribbean News

May 15, 2020

Men less likely to wear masks because they’re ‘not cool,’ study finds — sociologists say Trump, toxic masculinity and racism also play a role


April 11, 2020

Systemic Racism Is Making Coronavirus Worse in Black America


March 9, 2020

Who’s Advising Bernie Sanders On Black Voters? Recent Missteps Prompts Questions


February 28, 2020

Columnist Clare Higgins: Tuesday’s vote is about Stability for the Country

Daily Hampshire Gazette

February 28, 2020

Elizabeth Warren Has Won Black Activists. She’s Losing the Black Vote.

The New York Times

February 20, 2020

Elizabeth Warren Is Marginalized Americans’ Best Hope


February 18, 2020

Instead of bickering about Confederate monuments like Silent Sam, sell them

The News & Observer

February 17, 2020

Breaking Down the Polls: Black Voter Preferences in the 2020 Presidential Primary

The Burg Votes

February 14, 2020

Michael Bloomberg Scores “F” Grade on 2020 Racial Justice Scorecard

Dallas Weekly

February 12, 2020

Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg Scores “F” Grade on 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard


February 3, 2020

Elizabeth Warren Tops 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard


December 16, 2019

Warren Takes a Tumble, Biden Is Ready to Rumble and Patrick Continues to Bumble: 2020 Presidential Black Power Rankings, Week 20

The Root

December 12, 2019

Sens. Booker and Warren Receive Top Grades on Racial Justice Presidential Scorecard; former VP Joe Biden Gets an ‘F’


December 12, 2019

Racial Justice Scorecard: Here’s How 2020 Dem Candidates Ranked In ‘First Of Its Kind’ Study