CURED conference: This Time ’til It’s Won: Make the Southside Black Again

Communities United for Reparations and Economic Development (CURED) hosted a city-wide conference to build a social movement which will transform public policy, unite the people of St. Pete around reparations and economic development to the black community and put a screeching halt to gentrification by building affordable housing, reclaiming Tropicana baseball dome, and bringing power to the people!

This historic, mobilizing, and informative conference included presentations from Akilé Anai and Jesse Nevel – former city council and mayoral candidates respectively, Chairman Omali Yeshitela, founder of the Uhuru Movement, renowned local black history expert, Minson Rubin, and Fred Winters, a prominent force in the 1960s Sanitation Workers Strike in St. Pete.

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