A Donor from Across Prison Walls…

Dear Supporter,

My name is Mark Stanley-Bey and I am writing to you from across prison walls as a CURB donor. This year I donated five pieces of artwork to CURB in hopes of sustaining the work of this vital coalition. A coalition that fights every day for freedom. untitled-design

I appreciate CURB because they are reaching people through the visual arts. Art is embraced by all of us across many lines and communicates to us all.

I know how essential CURB’s work is and I am asking you to give to CURB today.

As an artist, exhibited in the Smithsonian Museum, you are in for a treat. By owning one of my pieces that is still up for sale you are helping CURB and making your own statement. Check out the pieces here!

Join with freedom-fighters from across the state and make your #GivingTuesday donation.

I am asking you to take the time and donate to CURB today so that the coalition can continue fighting for a world that prioritizes the holistic well-being of communities throughout California. Help CURB continue to build a movement against prison and jail expansion in 2017.

We can’t do this without you, will you donate to CURB on #GivingTuesday!

Your support makes CURB’s work to combine the power of organizations across the state possible. And I am proud to be a part of that fight!

In peace,

I, Stan-Bey, know you will be glad you own a piece of art that has helped many in the course of change. 

Californians United for a Responsible Budget

P.S. Contact CURB to purchase one of the pieces featured at the bottom of the donation page!

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