The Yale Committee for Art Recognizing Enslavement (CARE) is charged to work with members of the campus and New Haven communities to commission works of art and related programming to address Yale’s historical roles and associations with slavery and the slave trade as well as the legacy of that history. Inclusive programming that fosters reflection, remembrance, discussion, learning, and healing will be essential for each project. The committee will solicit input widely from across the university and its home city to ensure that these artistic interventions, in various locations, will make a productive and meaningful difference in our shared communities.
The committee welcomes your perspectives, ideas, and suggestions. To send your comments to the committee, please use the form below.