CURB is a non-Governmental organisation of volunteers working to identify and dismantle racism in all its forms and to address the efffects on our community.
Our Vision: A Bermuda where skin colour favours no one.
Founded in 1998, Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda (CURB) is a non-governmental organization that works with the general public and government to dismantle racism in the island community.
We operate through our members and CURB Central Council, which is the decision making body of the organization. We plan our actions strategically and educate members, the general public and our supporters, offering training sessions and workshops. Aiming to make a difference in the ongoing challenge of uprooting racism in Bermuda today, CURB is working towards providing a safe place for respectful dialogue, raising awareness, and eradicating inequality. We provide opportunities for leadership development, facilitation and communication skills to drive our continued growth in anti-racist culture and practice.
At CURB, our goal is to identify and dismantle racism in all its forms and to address its effects on the community. Contact us to learn more or to become a member.