Save the Date: Break It Down Art Auction!

As we step into these summer months, CURB is both emboldened by recent victories in the fight against county jail and state prison expansion and aware of the huge resources we must accrue in confronting the systems that attempt to further incarcerate our loved ones and community members.ArtSavetheDateFlyer

To celebrate our work we want to invite you to an art auction fundraiser that will be held at Human Resources.

Will you save September 9th on your calendar?

This fundraiser will be essential in providing the resources to continue our fight and build on our recent victories!

What: Break it Down: Art and Resistance

When: Friday, September 9th from 7pm-10pm

Where: Human Resources (410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles, California 90012)

The event is free and we will be displaying and selling all kinds of art, including art by incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people. Food and drinks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

Help us sustain the work of CURB by joining us in LA this September!

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