COVID-19, also referred to as coronavirus, is projected to have serious negative impacts on Black, Indigenous, people of color, immigrants, and low-income, LGBTQ and incarcerated people and other marginalized communities. Throughout the globe, coronavirus is spreading rapidly and exposing inequities and the systems of oppression… Continue Reading We Need an Equitable Response to Coronavirus. These Tools and Resources Center Racial Equity, Community Care and Power-Building.
In February, CURE’s Dr. Judy Lubin joined community organizations in South Florida and South Carolina to engage voters who care about racial justice and want to understand where the candidates stand on our issues. The event titled Racial Justice 2020: Voting & Building Power for… Continue Reading Racial Justice 2020 Scorecard and Event Roundup
From housing, health care, education, and the basic tenets of democracy–this year’s presidential election is an important one, with many issues critical to our nation and our communities under threat. Through CURE’s 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard and our Racial Justice 2020 events, we’re… Continue Reading Decision 2020: Voter Registration, Protection and Election Information
Following the national launch of our 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Candidate Scorecard featured in theRoot, Ebony, NewsOne, HuffPost and other national media, CURE is connecting with community organizations, women’s and student groups to share this resource and engage in dialogue about the issues shaping the… Continue Reading Racial Justice 2020 Community Forums – Book a Keynote for Your Event
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