Lynne Winfield featured in the Royal Gazette

January 29, 2011

Past President of CURB, Lynne Winfield was profiled in the Royal Gazette on January 10, 2011.  You can read the article here:

http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20110110/ISLAND01/701109941

What We Did In 2010

January 29, 2011

The following narrative was presented by outgoing President Lynne Winfield at the CURB AGM on December 14th, 2010.

CURB ACTIVITIES 2010

The CURB Central Council meets twice a month on the first and third Thursdays.

9th Jan 2010 “CURB Focus 2010” – Central Council members’ all-day meeting to discuss focus for 2010, which resulted in the “Four Pillars for 2010”, i.e. Research Survey; Develop public meetings; Advocacy through education; In reach Training.

30 Jan 2010 CURB visit to East End Museums – CURB members and supporters visit the World Heritage Centre, Globe Hotel Museum & Bermudian Heritage Museum to see how Bermuda’s museums are meeting the challenge of becoming more inclusive in telling the story of Bermuda’s past.  Following the visit attendees were asked to submit a brief synopsis of their perceptions.  These were collated and the feedback sent to all museums.

4 Feb 2010 CURB Newsletter – sent to all CURB members and supporters.

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Teacher Know Thyself Workshop

January 24, 2011

Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda (CURB) is pleased to announce a professional development day workshop for teachers sponsored by CURB, Tuesday February 8th, 2011. The workshop/seminar is Approved by the Bermuda Educators Council for teacher professional development credit. This invitation has been sent to all school principals, public and private, the ABUT and Development Officers.  Please feel free to share the attached flyer with any educators you think may be interested.

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE

Registration is $25 and includes lunch and workbook and is on a first come first served basis.

Registration details are as follows:

Please send a cheque made out to CURB to our Treasurer

Scott Quayle

c/o KPMG

P O Box HM 897

Hamilton HM DX

or go online to the Bank of Butterfield and transfer to CURB Account # 20 006 060 952140 100, however PLEASE remember to indicate your name on the payment in the note field so CURB will know who has paid their registration fee.

Once completed, please send the confirmation number to: curb@northrock.bm

If you are unable to complete either of these payment procedures, please advise asap.

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Discussion: Black – Male – Bermudian

January 23, 2011

Dear CURB Members and supporters

Please see attached flyer for an exciting panel discussion to be held next week as part of the St. Paul AME Lecture Series.

Subject:               “Discussion: Black – Male – Bermudian.”

Date:                     Wednesday 26th January 2010

Time:                    7:00 p.m.

Location:             St. Paul AME Church Centennial Hall, 59 Victoria Street, Hamilton

For more information contact: 292 0505 or email stpaulame@ibl.bm

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE

Please forward to family, friends and colleagues.

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Nigrescence Revisited

January 22, 2011

Dear CURB members and supporters,

Please see attached invitation from the Bermuda College to attend a lecture by Bermuda College lecturer Quinton Sherlock, as he addresses gang activity and gun violence in Bermuda, on Thursday January 27th at 6 p.m. at the North Hall Lecture Theatre – G301.

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE

For more information please contact

Quinton Sherlock

Tel: 332 0361

qsherlock@college.bm

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