Community Wisdom, Community Solutions

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The Science of Equity

CARE’s Research and Development team is data driven and equity centered. CARE is using evidence-based thought leadership that advances equity and reform for marginalized communities at the intersection of animal well-being and social justice.

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Stories shape our vision of the world and often frame our perceptions and biases. For this reason, CARE is producing and sharing stories that celebrate the diversity within human and animal well-being.

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Where there are people, there is power

The power in diverse numbers stems from an array of talents, skills, and passionate voices. Our collective force of action takers focuses on supporting equitable and sustainable solutions.

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“Above all else, we own our behavior.

As a person of African and Indigenous descent, I know I'm not responsible for the centuries of harm caused by colonialism. Nevertheless, I see it. I feel it. So it's my responsibly to help close the void between genocide and justice because I see it. I feel it.

To my friends and family in and outside this struggle, I wish you a Happy Indigenous People’s Day filled with love, compassion, investment and agency.” James Evans

The feature image is Awanook Bratvold of Awesiinyag are loved by the Anishinaabeg of Red Lake Nation, one of many power indigenous leaders we should be supporting.
#indigenouspeoplesday #inclusionequalslifesaving

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📸 @blackbirderjames
#sundayfunday #dogsofinstagram #dogs #adoptdontshop #dogslife #dogsintrouble #dogsgettingcaught #dogsofig #guiltydogs #guiltydogsofinstagram

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Boarding Schools in the US "embodied both victimization and agency for Native people and they served as sites of both cultural loss and cultural persistence. These institutions, intended to assimilate Native people into mainstream society and eradicate Native cultures" not limited to physical abuse, rape and murder.

There were more than 100,000 children that attended 367 boarding schools in the 19th century.

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📸 Pupils at Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Pennsylvania, c. 1900
#orangeshirtday #nationaltruthandreconciliationday #indigenouslivesmatter #indigenouspeople #indigenousrights

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