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Coalition on Anti Racism Education (CARE)

A Collaboration for Antiracist Community Development





To develop curriculum and professional learning offerings that will empower, advocate, and transform the lives who will fight for social justice and human rights towards an equitable and inclusive world for all people.  




To work in collaboration with educators, community members, youth, and existing human rights and social justice organizations to provide opportunities for transformation through education and legislative reform.



C.A.R.E. is committed to transformation through intention and action.  We believe that people are important, and we MUST preserve that truth through strategic and deliberate actions that uphold diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice by advocating for human and civil rights. We are dedicated to helping families, educators, and communities by connecting people to existing programs that aid in restorative justice and creating new programs that will aid education, housing, and prison reform, and instigate changes in social policies.

We lift one another up and celebrate our successes.  We share resources and provide opportunities to one another based on individual specializations.  


Sarah Louise Wilson

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FireSide Chats

Join C.A.R.E. Co-founder, and Host, Lisa M. Wilson and Co-Founder Co-Host, Kim Barker as they interview different artists, innovators, activists, and educators in the community who infuse Radical Empathy into their personal and professional lives. Fireside Chat is on LinkedIn Live and as Lisa M. Wilson would say, "It is going to be all the way live."   Watch us LIVE on our YouTube channel.

Organizations C.A.R.E. Values





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Beware of 3 Types of Friends - Bishop T D Jakes

Beware of 3 Types of Friends - Bishop T D Jakes

"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have Everlasting Life." John 3:16 Jesus Christ, the Creator of the heavens and the earth came into this world 2000 years ago to die for our sins. He was crucified at the cross and His blood was shed for all our sins. If you want to make Heaven your Home and want to live a sin free life, just invite Him into your heart and you will be blessed. This earth is a temporary place and we have to move at any time from here towards our Eternal destiny. Please make Heaven your Eternal dwelling place by sincerely and wholeheartedly accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. He will be there always for you to answer your call and protect you from all evil and bless you beyond imagination. Just repeat this Prayer: "Dear Lord Jesus, I come to you now as a sinner and I acknowledge my need for a Savior. I believe with all of my heart that you have died for my sins and paid the price for all my wrongdoings through your Crucifixion. Your blood was shed for my redemption. You died and you rose again on the third day and you are alive forevermore. Dear Jesus, come into my heart, wash me with your blood. Forgive all of my sins. Make me a brand new person and help me to do what pleases you from now on. I acknowledge that Jesus is my Lord and Savior and I am a Child of God and I am Born again. Help me to serve you to the rest of my life. Amen"
Nikole Hannah-Jones on “The 1619 Project,” Teaching Critical Race Theory & White Supremacy on Trial

Nikole Hannah-Jones on “The 1619 Project,” Teaching Critical Race Theory & White Supremacy on Trial

Amid a right-wing attack on teaching critical race theory, we speak in-depth with Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of the New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project, which reframes U.S. history by marking the year when the first enslaved Africans arrived on Virginia soil as the foundational date for the United States. The project launched in 2019, and has been expanded into an anthology of 18 essays along with poems and short stories, even as several states have attempted to ban it from school curriculums. “We should all as Americans be deeply, deeply concerned about these anti-history laws because what they’re really trying to do is control our memory and to control our understanding of our country,” says Hannah-Jones. Hannah-Jones’s new book that she co-edited is out this month, titled “The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story,” along with an adaptation of the 1619 Project for children, “Born On The Water.” Hannah-Jones describes the role of her own teachers in opening her eyes beyond the usual curriculum that excluded the history she has now uplifted. She also discusses the trial of the murderers of Ahmaud Arbery, and how she felt when she won the Pulitzer Prize on the same day as one of her heroines, the formerly enslaved pioneering anti-lynching journalist, Ida B. Wells. #DemocracyNow Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: SoundCloud: iTunes:!-audio/id73802554 Daily Email Digest:
Cornel West: What It Means to Be Human

Cornel West: What It Means to Be Human

[Publisher's note 10/27/21: I just got notice that this program was struck by YouTube as Age-restricted which is ridiculous as it was broadcast and re-run numerous times on national prime time television (Free Speech TV). I immediately appealed it. This is what I wrote: "I'm sorry, this is really dumb and stinks of outright political censorship. Has your algorithm gone haywire? Or is this because some right-wing racist nut bag complained? Just who makes these decisions? The fact that you would have the nerve to strike something like this with impunity is the exact reason that outfits like Facebook and YouTube need to be broken up and tightly regulated. Cornel West is a noted educator and figure of worldwide renown. Furthermore, this lecture itself was given at a University where many people in the audience were 18 or younger. I demand to know exactly what you think violates your "Community Guidelines" and exactly what you think is age inappropriate." This particular video is very popular. But, there must be hundreds of talks by Cornel West on YouTube. It seems completely arbitrary. There is nothing controversial, inaccurate, or even provocative in this at least for anyone in their right mind. Compared to much of my content, it's rather mild. That's what's scary. Is this a trial balloon? Furthermore, this history he’s talking about is exactly what young people need to hear. Right-wing propagandists currently have their rubes up in arms about “critical race theory” which I’m sure many of you know, doesn’t even exist. It’s only taught in law schools. Did a few of these rubes complain? Or is this the result of something more sinister and well organized? I'm not sure how you give YouTube a piece of your mind about content censorship, but I don't think we should allow them to assume they can get away with it, do you?] **************************************** This talk is an edited for Free Speech TV version of the Collins Distinguished Speakers' Lecture given April 26, 2019 at the University of Oregon titled "Race Matters...A Timely Discussion on the Fabric of America. " The increase of racist incidents in Baltimore, Ferguson, Charlottesville and nationwide, alongside movements such as Black Lives Matter and Standing Rock, has made the need for conversations on race in the United States today one of continued urgency. Dr. Cornel West published the book ‘Race Matters’ in 1993 following the Los Angeles riots, which examined the crisis of black leadership in the United States. “We need to take a critical look at ‘We the People’ through the lens of these complicated issues and make connections about the deep questions of quality of life in this country,” he said. Cornel West is currently Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy at Harvard University, with a joint appointment in the Harvard Divinity School and the Department of African and African American Studies. He is an ardent political activist, a keen social critic, and a prolific writer. Author of 20 books, his publications include Race Matters (1993); The Future of the Race (1996), written with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.; and The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto (2014), written with Tavis Smiley. Thanks to the Collins Fund Camera by Pirate TV contributor, Todd Boyle *************************** Pirate TV is a 58 minute weekly TV show that provides the book talk and lecture content for Free Speech TV. Pirate TV challenges the Media Blockade, bringing you independent voices, information and programming unavailable on the Corporate Sponsor-Ship. These posts are for YouTube and are usually longer than the broadcast versions. You will notice that I don't monetize my videos. I'm irritated by constant interruptions as I'm sure are you, and I would like to have a say over sponsorship. If you would like to pitch in to support this work, consider a donation: or PayPal:
The biology of race in the absence of biological races: Rick Kittles at TEDxNorthwesternU

The biology of race in the absence of biological races: Rick Kittles at TEDxNorthwesternU

Defining "race" continues to be a nemesis. Knowledge from human genetic research is increasingly challenging the notion that race and biology are inextricably linked, engendering tremendous ramifications for human relations, identity and public health. It has become fashionable for geneticists and anthropologists to declare that race is a social construction. However, there is little practical value to this belief since few in the public believe and act on it. Thus race is mainly a social concept which in the US has been based on skin color and ancestry. Yet biomedical studies continue to examine black/ white differences. Kittles discusses why using race in biomedical studies is problematic using examples from U.S. groups which transcend "racial" boundaries and bear the burden of health disparities. Rick Kittles, PhD, received a BS in biology from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1989 and a PhD in biological sciences from George Washington University in 1998. He then helped establish the National Human Genome Center at Howard University. Currently, Kittles is an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), as well as the associate director of the UIC Cancer Center. Kittles is well known for his research of prostate cancer and health disparities among African Americans. He has also been at the forefront of the development of ancestry-informative genetic markers, and how genetic ancestry can be used to map genes for common traits and disease. His work on tracing the genetic ancestry of African Americans has brought light to many issues, new and old, which relate to race, ancestry, identity, and group membership. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.

Podcast By Bobby Wilson
The Most dangerous thing in America

"It is in collectives that we find reservoirs of hope and optimism."
-Angela Davis


We welcome all like-minded activists, creators, and educators to be a part of the C.A.R.E. team.

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