Care: Spring 2022

Director's Note: Here, Gone, Still Here

Editor's Note: Care

Care Is the Only Useful Revolution

Tell Me About That

A physician reflects on pain, attention, and the ethics of caregiving.

Making Pre-K Possible

How Multnomah County won universal preschool

Building a Bridge for Mental Health

How a youth-led organization is addressing mental health in AAPI communities and offering cross-generational care

Binding Fenrir

What are our responsibilities to wild animals in a human-altered world?

Simple Respect

A Eugene newspaper set out to publish obituaries for people who die while homeless. The project raises questions about transparency, privacy, and storytelling.


Medical care often requires isolating ourselves from those we love. But without them, how do we heal?


After his son wanders off from school, a father retraces the journey.


Readers write about Care

People, Places, Things

Discussion Questions and Further Reading: Care