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

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

WASHINGTON (February 12, 2020) — Today, the Center for Urban and Racial Equity (CURE) announced the addition of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to its 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard. Bloomberg received an “F” grade, placing him among the lowest ranked of… Continue Reading Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg Scores “F” Grade on 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard

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2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard Launches

2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard Launches

The Center for Urban and Racial Equity (CURE) in partnership with the Othering and Belonging Institute at the University of California Berkeley; Seeding Sovereignty, an indigenous womxn-led collective; and Community Health Councils released the 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Scorecard. The first of its kind, the… Continue Reading 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard Launches

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CURE Awards Racial Equity Service Grants to Housing and Community Development Organizations in St. Louis, Brooklyn and Baltimore

CURE Awards Racial Equity Service Grants to Housing and Community Development Organizations in St. Louis, Brooklyn and Baltimore

The Center for Urban and Racial Equity is pleased to announce the award of Racial Equity Organizational Change (EOC) Service Grants to three housing and community development organizations. Through a competitive application process, CURE selected RiseBoro Community Partnership (Brooklyn, NY), Green and Healthy Homes Initiative… Continue Reading CURE Awards Racial Equity Service Grants to Housing and Community Development Organizations in St. Louis, Brooklyn and Baltimore

Watch: 400 Years of Inequality and Resistance – 1619 Storytelling Event Videos

Watch: 400 Years of Inequality and Resistance – 1619 Storytelling Event Videos

In August 1619, between 20 and 30 enslaved Africans arrived in present-day Hampton, Virginia. The 400th Anniversary of the landing of the first enslaved Africans in English-occupied North America marked the beginning of slavery in the U.S and a history of anti-black laws, norms and… Continue Reading Watch: 400 Years of Inequality and Resistance – 1619 Storytelling Event Videos

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Call for Applications: Racial Equity Organizational Consulting Service Grants for Housing and Community Development Organizations

Call for Applications: Racial Equity Organizational Consulting Service Grants for Housing and Community Development Organizations

CURE invites nonprofit housing and community development organizations to apply for service grants to receive comprehensive racial equity organizational change (EOC) services. Organizations working in urban areas experiencing high levels of gentrification and displacement of black and brown communities are encouraged to apply. We are… Continue Reading Call for Applications: Racial Equity Organizational Consulting Service Grants for Housing and Community Development Organizations

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Christian Science Monitor: At Stephon Clark Funeral, A Familiar Story Amplifies Drumbeat for Change

Christian Science Monitor: At Stephon Clark Funeral, A Familiar Story Amplifies Drumbeat for Change

It’s a news story that’s grown uncomfortably familiar in the past four years: A young black man, apprehended by police, flees a scene. The officers give chase and, thinking he has a weapon, fatally shoot the suspect. No weapon is found. The community rises up… Continue Reading Christian Science Monitor: At Stephon Clark Funeral, A Familiar Story Amplifies Drumbeat for Change

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CityLab: What Urban Doctors Need to Understand About Patients’ Health

CityLab: What Urban Doctors Need to Understand About Patients’ Health

Judy Lubin, an adjunct professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Howard University, says that current research shows that over 50 percent of a community’s health is determined by social factors. For instance, recent studies stress that one’s neighborhood is a strong determinant… Continue Reading CityLab: What Urban Doctors Need to Understand About Patients’ Health

NPR: Smartphones play crucial role for Black Lives Matter

NPR: Smartphones play crucial role for Black Lives Matter

Demonstrations tied to the Black Lives Matter movement continued through the weekend in cities all over the country. As they marched in — and sometimes blocked — streets, protesters used smartphones to organize, communicate, and document what was happening, as it was happening. Sociologist Judy Lubin said… Continue Reading NPR: Smartphones play crucial role for Black Lives Matter