Our art auction is now live!

Dear Supporter,

Break It Down: Art + Resistance, a benefit art auction for CURB, is now live on the Paddle8 website. Funds will allow us to continue our work to fight prison and jail expansion, reduce imprisonment, and build healthy, safe, and liberated communities.

Acclaimed artists from both sides of prison walls have donated an amazing range of work — place your bids now!

Your purchases in this auction will provide a crucial investment towards true solutions to community health, security, and well-being.

Online bidding ends Wednesday, September 21st at noon PTMake sure to purchase an art piece before time runs out!

And if you’re in the Los Angeles area, please join us this Friday, September 9th at Break it Down: Art + Resistance to celebrate the launch, view the work available in the auction, and bid live.

When: Friday, September 9th, 7pm-10pm
Where: Human Resources (410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles, California 90012)

We can’t wait to see you this Friday!

In solidarity,

Diana Zuniga

Californians United for a Responsible Budget

P.S. Want to bid on a piece? Click here to read how the auction works.

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