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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

Apply Now! Facilitating Racial Equity Organizational Change Learning Collaborative

Apply Now! Facilitating Racial Equity Organizational Change Learning Collaborative

Facilitating Racial Equity Organizational Change Learning and Strategy Collaborative February 1-April 12, 2021 The Center for Urban and Racial Equity (CURE) is pleased to announce a unique cohort training and peer learning experience designed to support organizations seeking to launch or deepen existing efforts to… Continue Reading Apply Now! Facilitating Racial Equity Organizational Change Learning Collaborative

COVID-19 and Black Communities: Crisis, Opportunity and Prescriptions for Change (Key Takeaways and Actionable Items)

COVID-19 and Black Communities: Crisis, Opportunity and Prescriptions for Change (Key Takeaways and Actionable Items)

Cities across the country have seen disproportionate cases and deaths among Black residents due to COVID-19. Many have asked what can be done to address these inequities in the short and long-term. The Center for Urban and Racial Equity (CURE) hosted a webinar last Thursday,… Continue Reading COVID-19 and Black Communities: Crisis, Opportunity and Prescriptions for Change (Key Takeaways and Actionable Items)

Systemic Racism Is Making Coronavirus Worse in Black America

Systemic Racism Is Making Coronavirus Worse in Black America

By: Dr. Judy Lubin, Founder and President of CURE The COVID-19 global pandemic is a nightmare unfolding before our eyes that could have devastating impacts that Black Americans could feel most acutely. With scarce testing, health care workers and ventilators, combined with a pattern of… Continue Reading Systemic Racism Is Making Coronavirus Worse in Black America

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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