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Breaking Out of Our Prison System: COVID-19 Can Spark Solutionary Approaches

Zoe Weil is a blogger for Psychology Today and she has been writing weekly posts about COVID-19. We’re sharing them here. We hope they are helpful to you during this pandemic. When I was in graduate school in the 1980s I volunteered at a women’s “correctional institution,” a euphemism for prison. So many of the…

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Parents as Humane Educators During COVID-19: An Interview with Gwen Frisbie-Fulton, M.Ed.

Gwen Frisbie-Fulton received her M.Ed. degree through IHE’s graduate program and lives in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her thesis at IHE looked at the value and use of storytelling as a tool for social change. Gwen is a mother and activist and works as the Communications Director at Down Home North Carolina, a grassroots advocacy group…

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Humane Education in Guatemala: IHE’s interview with Lidia Oxi, Vilma Saloj, and Hyungjoon Jin, IHE Graduate Student

Vilma Saloj, Hyungjoon Jin, Lidia Oxi at IHE’s shore Lidia Oxi is a Mayan-Kaqchikel woman from Guatemala and is the first person in her family to earn a bachelor’s degree. She is the High School Director of Colegio Impacto of the MAIA Organization (and serves on the MAIA leadership team); speaks Kaqchikel along with English,…

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