Jen Evans

September 30, 2022

Reescribiendo mi Historia Chicana: Una dedicatoria a mi madre

José Ocaño Creciendo, hasta los 18 años, pasé mis noches durmiendo en un sofá roto en la sala de nuestra casa de una habitación en Barrio […]
April 3, 2022

A Tale of Two Shepherds

By Katya Lidsky I used to volunteer at the old South LA Animal Shelter. I used to sit on the dirty floor of the kennels with […]
March 28, 2022

A Lawyer’s Journey to Environmental Justice

My CARE Journey. Written by Akisha Townsend Eaton, CARE Chief of Policy, Environmental Justice Division To me, the thought of CARE and what it represents has always […]
January 14, 2022

Who are the Victims of Puppy Mills?

Who are the victims of puppy mills? Written by Mindi Callison of Bailing Out Benji When the public thinks about puppy mills, they often think of unlicensed, […]
March 12, 2021

The Good Work of Rescue

Written by Janet Reich ElsbachMarch 12, 2021 After grad school, I spent some time living in a tiny town in rural Mississippi. I’d come there with […]
December 10, 2020

The Endcap Holiday

Written by Janelle Erlichman Diamond Hanukkah is not Jewish Christmas. And we like it that way, we really do. In fact, in the rating of Jewish […]
December 2, 2020

Every day is a disability awareness day for me

Written by Christie Rogero I have a disability, so I’m aware of it 24/7/365. I can’t get out of bed without first putting on a prosthetic […]
November 20, 2020

Organizational Change in Memory of the Transgender Family We Lost

Courageously written by Rory Adams For me, Transgender Remembrance Day is a day for grief and mourning. My hope is that this day allows all of […]
July 8, 2020

De-stigmatizing ‘Owner Surrender’

This is a picture of me and my dog Gilbert, taken in the late 1990s. I’ve been thinking a lot about Gilbert lately because his story […]