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Sullie Saves the Seas

by Goffinet McLaren

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | Published on October 28, 2014 | Filed under Activism, Animal Protection, Books, Children's Books, Citizenship & Community, Consumerism, Elementary, Environmental Protection, Language Arts, Resources, Science

Over Sullie the gull’s long life he has seen the impact of human activity on his beach – from fireworks and cigarette butts, to “doggie doo-doo” and plastic waste. Sullie decides to call the area… More

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Off to Serve

by Richard Galentino

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | Published on October 28, 2014 | Filed under Books, Children's Books, Citizenship & Community, College/Adult, Elementary, Health, High School, Human Rights, Language Arts, Media & Culture, Middle School, Resources, Social Studies/History

“Volunteer, teach, donate, create, care, contribute, build, help, lift-up, develop, give back, and make a difference in the world.” Richard Galentino’s rhyming illustrated book for graduates or those interested in public service offers an inspiring… More

Good News Network

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | Published on October 26, 2014 | Filed under Citizenship & Community, Humane Living, Language Arts, Media & Culture, Media Literacy, Psychology, Resources, Social Studies/History, Websites

The Good News Network is full of inspiring stories of people doing big and small good things for other people, animals, and the earth. More

True Price and MOGO Speed Rounds

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | Published on October 13, 2014 | Filed under Activism, Animal Protection, Citizenship & Community, College/Adult, Consumerism, Elementary, Environmental Protection, Health, High School, Human Rights, Humane Living, Language Arts, Lesson Plans/Activities, Media & Culture, Middle School, Resources, Science, Social Studies/History

Through these quick icebreakers, help make it second nature for students to think about how all their decisions relate to a just and humane world. Recommended for grades 5 and up. Time: 5-20 minutes More

Virginia Humane Living Center

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | Published on September 17, 2014 | Filed under Animal Protection, Citizenship & Community, Consumerism, Environmental Protection, Human Rights, Humane Education, Humane Living, Resources, Websites

The Virginia Humane Living Center helps people live a humane life for people, animals, and the earth. They offer: A forum and support system for individuals and groups to network, explore, learn, and share the… More

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4 Tips to Help Us Make Those Ethical Changes We’re Struggling With

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | No Comments | Published on September 8, 2014 | Filed under Humane Connection

We want our lives to reflect our deepest values. We know the harmful impacts of some of our choices. We fully acknowledge the benefits of certain actions, and yet we struggle. We struggle to make… More

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Do Your Students See Themselves (and Others) in Your Classroom?

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | No Comments | Published on August 28, 2014 | Filed under Humane Connection

When school resumes this fall, “black, Latino, Asian, and Native American students will together make up a narrow majority of the nation’s public school students,” according to the latest figures from the National Center for… More

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Cultivate “Grocery Wisdom” in Kids

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | No Comments | Published on August 11, 2014 | Filed under Humane Connection

We make food choices every day. And those choices can have a significant impact on ourselves, other people, nonhuman animals, and the earth. Because food is such an integral part of our lives and tied… More

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New “Animal Tracker” Report Shows Public Support for Humane Education

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | No Comments | Published on August 4, 2014 | Filed under Humane Connection

For the seventh year, the Humane Resource Council (HRC) has released its “Animal Tracker” survey of U.S. adults, which serves to capture attitudes and behaviors toward animals. While it seems that fewer people report engaging… More

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How Well Does Your Country Contribute to the Common Good?

Written by Marsha Rakestraw | No Comments | Published on July 17, 2014 | Filed under Humane Connection

Here at IHE we often talk about the importance of embracing our personal responsibility to do the most good and least harm for all. Now a new Index strives to measure how “good” each country… More