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Radhika Subramaniam is a curator and writer with an interdisciplinary practice that deploys such platforms as exhibitions, texts, and public art interventions as conscious forms of knowledge-making.
2019 CAF grantee Shannon Johnstone received a grant for an art exhibition called “All Creatures Great and Small,” which will be on display from October 14 – November 10, 2019 at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC.
Syl Ko is an independent researcher known for bringing race to the forefront of the movement to end animal abuse. Her writing challenges species-centric terminology and dominant conceptions of veganism, encouraging brave and imaginative shifts in thinking that prioritize multispecies justice.
Tom Regan (1938-2017) was the co-founder of CAF with his wife Nancy Regan. He was a philosopher, advocate of animal rights, and author of many books, including The Case for Animal Rights. Tom Regan taught at North Carolina State University for 34 years and gave many lectures. To learn more about his pioneering work, click below.