The Center for Urban and Racial Equity partners with people and organizations to advance equity and justice through policy, systems, institutional, community and societal change. We envision just neighborhoods, cities and systems where outcomes are no longer predicted by race, where Black and brown people and communities lead the change in creating the conditions for our health, safety, economic security and political power, and where governments and institutions align and act boldly to realize the shared promise of a society where we can all thrive. CURE works locally and nationally and across sectors and issue areas to provide research, training, strategic planning, community engagement and consulting services that: Transform Institutions and Organizations through collaborative learning and action, trainings, resource sharing, and organizational change processes that build capacity to dismantle institutional and structural racism and practice racial equity. Promote Equitable Policies and Community Change that have the greatest potential for eliminating racial injustices in health, housing, urban planning and other systems in need of bold transformative change. Catalyze Research and Ideas for Action that center the leadership of and solutions from communities most closely impacted by decision-making processes. As a Black and woman-led public benefit corporation, we also produce our own independently generated projects and initiatives that align with our vision and values.