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CURB has had a year of major accomplishments thanks to your support!

From the passing of the RISE Act, to the launch of the JusticeLA Campaign, the CURB coalition has made huge strides towards our collective liberation! But there is more work to be done! As we gear up for next year’s legislative and budget cycles, supporters of prison and jail expansion are gearing up as well.

Help us get a head start! 

The opposition is well organized and well funded…but we WILL out organize and out fund them in 2018! With your support, we will continue our streak of victories for the people California and transform the State into the vision of justice we know is possible!

Make that vision a reality by donating to CURB today!

Thank you for your commitment to the work of the CURB coalition and we look forward to all that we will accomplish together in 2018!

In solidarity,

Ivette Alé & Amber Rose Howard

Statewide Co-Coordinators

Californians United for a Responsible Budget

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