Inequity in Our Towns:

Four Part Panel Series

 Digital Equity 9/15, Housing 10/1, Employment 10/26 and Immigration 11/12, 

BONUS PANEL on 11/18 with elected officials


Watch Part One - Digital Equity and

Child Wellbeing 


Watch Part Two- Housing Insecurity


Watch Part Three- Employment Insecurity



Watch Part Four - Immigration



Watch Part Five - Policy Meets The People






Dr.Angel Acosta guides us in an exploration of a graphic timeline documenting the complex history of the US. The timeline focuses on events related to issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and immigration from the time that enslaved Africans first were brought here in 1619 to the present.


The experience combines deep learning, breath work, community building and mindfulness. It is powerful whether you are new to this history, or familiar and wanting to take a deeper dive. In addition to viewing the timeline, participants journal and engage in small-group and whole-group discussion of their learning and reactions.

July 30th, 4-6pm via Zoom


INN Founder and Executive Director is Dr. Baz Dreisinger, Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York; author of the critically acclaimed book Incarceration Nations: A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World; founder of John Jay’s groundbreaking Prison-to-College Pipeline program; 2018 Global Fulbright Scholar for her work promoting restorative justice and higher education in prisons internationally. Dr. Baz speaks regularly about justice issues on international media and in myriad settings around the world.

Facebook and Twitter: @bazdreisinger 

Here's the link to CURE's June 11th, 2020 Zoom Event with Baz!

Center For Racial Justice In Education Workshop:Talking About Race For Parents

March 2020

CURE and thirty community members spent a morning at the Community Resource Center with incredible trainers from CRJE where we started to understand why and how to talk to children so that they become racially just citizens. 



All those who attended The Larchmont/Mamaroneck Human Rights Committee's MLK Commemoration on January 12, 2020 were inspired by the engaging stories of these two transformative lives: Elizabeth Saenger and Marlon Peterson.

CURE follows up with ways to further your knowledge of mass incarceration. SEE MORE HERE!

Westchester’s own Rev. Kym McNair explains what “undoing racism” means and how that journey can change your life. Plus, the women of CURE and how they are helping their own local community start on that very journey.

Find out more about Undoing Racism workshops at


Indivisible Westchester Podcast: UNDOING RACISM

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