Month: December 2014

What Will You Build in 2015?

    We are $3,282 from our goal!      Dear Supporter: THANK YOU for building justice not jails with us in 2014. Together we are building a future for everyone that includes all the vital services and opportunities each of us needs and deserves. CURB will continue building a movement against prison and jail expansion in 2015. To kick…



Supporter, We Must Stand Together!

  Join Angela Davis. Support CURB with a meaningful gift today:     Dear Supporter, I believe that the social and political crises of our timecan be overcome. I believe that the structural racism, sexism and capitalism that undergird our most profound social problems can be dismantled and that a truly just world is within…



Happy Holidays!

Thank you for all of your support in 2014! We hope the New Year will be all that you wish for.



LA County Passes Civilian Oversight Commission – Adelanto Attempts to Build a New Jail

This week, we have had some major developments in the fight against mass-incarceration!  On Tuesday, emboldened with newly-elected leadersip, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors finally approved the creation of a civilian oversight commission of the embattled Sheriff’s Department. Read about Tuesday’s decision here! This crucial victory has been a long time coming, and…



Stop Expansion in Adelanto!

Dear Supporter, Sign the Petition Join us in Adelanto   This Wednesday, the new Adelanto City Council will discuss their plans to build more jails, and one of those facilities is supposedly for Los Angeles County jail overflow. But even LA officials are stating they do not want more jails! Last week, the L.A. Times…



The LA tide is finally turning: Join us this week!

Dear Supporter, Come out to the LA BOS Join us in Adelanto L.A.Times tips us off again! Newly-elected L.A. County Supervisor Hilda Solis and current Supervisor Ridley-Thomas are bringing the Civilian Review Board back up for a vote on Tuesday! And, on Wednesday the new Adelanto City Council will discuss the plans to expand their…