Thinking Critically in the Post-Truth Era: An Interview With Daniel J. Levitin
by Zoe Weil Daniel J. Levitin is Founding Dean of Arts & Humanities at the Minerva Schools at Keck Graduate…
The Changing Face of Advertising: What It Might Mean and How It Might Matter
This blog post was originally published on Common Dreams. Reposted here under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. by Zoe…
Why I Marched in Washington and What We Need to Do Next
by Zoe Weil I’ve been working to help create a more equitable, healthy, compassionate, and peaceful world my entire adult…
Living Our Epitaphs for a Better Life and a Better World
by Zoe Weil Most of us don’t write our own epitaphs, those brief summations of who we were, what mattered…
The Essential Elements of Humane Education
by Zoe Weil One of the signs of a good educator is dedication to lifelong research and truth; critical and…
Ending the Violence With Meaningful Solutions
by Zoe Weil I am a humane educator, a person dedicated to creating a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world…
Widening Our Circle of Compassion: An Interview With Animal Rights Photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur
Jo-Anne McArthur’s love of animals began when she was a child. She says, “The neighbour had a backyard dog who…
Maintaining Hope Amidst Atrocity: The Humane Educator’s Paradox
by Zoe Weil It’s painful to learn about the terrible injustices and cruelties in the world. Sometimes, the more we…
Transforming Our Food System: An Interview With Bruce Friedrich of The Good Food Institute
by Zoe Weil One of the core principles of humane education is focusing on transforming our systems so that they’re…
How Do We Change?
by Zoe Weil Artist and changemaker Chris Jordan asks several questions in his fascinating TED talk. Through his powerful photographs…
Civil Discourse Leads to Positive Change: Insults Do Not
This blog post was originally published on Common Dreams. Reposted here under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. by Zoe…
What Solutionary Learning Can Look Like: 4 Stories
by Zoe Weil Transforming our educational system won’t be easy, but I believe that it is the most important and…