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LEARN!

Educating ourselves about why inequity exists right in our own backyards is critical if we are to build an equitable community that thrives and benefits all of us! 

Our panel of experts in Digital Inequity, Housing Insecurity and Fair Employment have helped us BEGIN to understand these issues. 

Watch and Learn 

from Panels

1, 2, 3 & 4

HERE 

The CURE Team wishes everyone happy and safe Holidays especially during these Covid times. Remember our Indigenous brothers and sisters during Thanksgiving and try to tell your children the real story of their history. Please try to have courageous conversations with your family, friends and neighbors about racism and inequity and the damage it does to all of us.

 Read this ARTICLE about the Navajo Nation and how they came out to vote in the 2020 election. Check out this PODCAST about Mankato, Minnesota where the largest mass execution in U.S. history in the year 1862 – the hanging of 38 Dakota warriors – following one of the major wars between Plains Indians and settlers. 

 "Visit this WEBSITE and get the app that lets you know whose indigenous people's land you are currently living on or visiting and what their unique history is". 

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TAKE ACTION!

Thoughts and Actions: 

Build an equitable community that thrives and benefits all of us. 

Based on our Inequity in our Towns panel series, consider this: 

  • Ask your elected officials about Wireless Price Gouging and how it prevents families from having access to education and healthcare on the internet. 

  • Learn about local comprehensive Land Use Plans and how it affects housing in our community

  • Use this Check List to guide you toward being a fair employer of Domestic Workers

 

Want to find out how COVID-19

is affecting those in the 

Larchmont-Mamaroneck community? Go to NEW EVENTS to learn about the issue and what you can do to make a difference!

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