Corita Kent was an artist, an educator, and an activist for social justice and the anti-war movement. A member of the religious order Mary of the Immaculate Heart, Corita used her faith, her distinct design sensibility, and aesthetic influences from packaging to pop art to create her unique prints that inspire attention to and action against the critical issues of her time. The selection of boldly colored text-based serigraphs are on loan from U.S. Province of the Society of St. Sulpice. We Care is presented along with the Special Collections & Archives’ exhibition of the same title, which documents the Goucher community’s participation in activism and protests throughout the college’s history.