Welcome to our website. We invite you to read articles by our members and engage in dialogue with us regardless of your stance. With a click of the mouse you can read our statement of belief, learn more about us as an organization, and come to know the individuals who make up our community. If you are a reparations supporter, our activist community is ready to discuss with you how to build white support for reparations in your area. We also invite you to join CURE, and most importantly, donate to the diverse Black-led initiatives. So come on in, look around and participate. We are a reparations education and advocacy organization made up of ordinary men and women, young and old, who believe that a just world is the best world for all.
Read reviews, chapter descriptions and excerpts from "The Debtors: Whites Respond to the Call for Black Reparations." We've also made available an excerpt from CURE's Amicus Brief in support of Deadria Farmer Paellmann's Corporate Restitution Petition to the US Supreme Court.
Most would agree that CURE is a unique organization undertaking a work of great magnitude. While we are proud of the work of the organization, in "Justice as a Way of Life" we invite the public to look beyond our organization and see the work that CURE members are doing as individuals, in their daily lives. Reparations, social justice, white privilege, racism, racial discrimination, white supremacy, the distribution of wealth and the legacy of slavery - these subjects are being brought to the forefront by teachers, researchers, writers, filmmakers and leaders who are also members of CURE. We are pleased to highlight these efforts with a brief deseciption of the areas of work and links to websites, blogs, articles and other writings.