April 7, 2023

Part 3: Azadi (Freedom)

Sheila Donya Kouhkan “Freedom is not a state; it is an act. It is not some enchanted garden perched high on a distant plateau where we […]
April 7, 2023

Part 2: Zendegi (Life)

Sheila Donya Kouhkan The Spring Equinox is here, which means over 300 million people across the world are celebrating Nowruz. But, for the people of Iran, […]
March 8, 2023

Part 1: Zan (Woman)

Sheila Donya Kouhkan Speaking up isn’t easy, especially when there is a system stacked against you that benefits from your silence. Speaking up often comes with […]
October 29, 2022

Rewriting my Chicano Story: A dedication to my mom

José Ocaño Growing up, until I was 18 years old, I spent my nights sleeping on a broken couch in the living room of our one-bedroom […]
October 5, 2022

Ahnung – Final Walk

Marilou Chanrasmi I am grateful and honored to serve in my role as CARE Center leader for the Northern Tier at CARE. I believe all that […]
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, […]