5 Minute Changemaker: Just Say No To Junk Mail
by Marsha Rakestraw While junk mail is on a downturn in the US, marketers still produce close to five billion…
What’s New Wednesday 12-7-16: News & Resources for Humane Educators & Changemakers
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
Student Solutionaries Inspired by Jane Goodall
Felice Clyne-Davis is an IHE grad student and a long-time teacher and humane educator in New York City. Recently her…
Why We Need Humane Education: Kids (and Adults) Can’t Tell Real From Fake News
by Marsha Rakestraw I get a lot of my initial news from social media. But as a humane educator, I’ve…
What’s New Wednesday 11-30-16: News & Resources for Humane Educators & Changemakers
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
Report: Most People Don’t Think About Animal Issues, But They Care About Animals
by Marsha Rakestraw About a third of Americans believe that nonhuman animals should be given the same rights as humans,…
10 Quotes on Gratitude
Usually for Thanksgiving here in the US, the IHE staff share what we’re thankful for. This year we decided to…
What’s New Wednesday for 11-23-16: News & Resources for Humane Educators & Changemakers
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
Embracing Compassion Toward All: An Interview With Author Mark Hawthorne
Mark Hawthorne is an activist and the author of three books on animal rights and social justice: A Vegan Ethic:…
5 Assumptions We Should Try to Make About Everyone
by Marsha Rakestraw The recent US election has highlighted a significant divisiveness. And the media and social media have been…
Which State Ballot Initiatives Are Working Toward a Better World?
by Marsha Rakestraw Although an enormous amount of attention has been focused on the results of the national election…
Expanding Our Circle of Compassion: Giving Rights to Nature and Animals
by Marsha Rakestraw One of the concepts we humane educators often explore with others is the circle of compassion we…