By Liz Walch When I was a kid, I loved watching Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the TV show where comedians performed on-the-spot skits, bits, gags, impressions, and songs. I may not have understood all of the grown-up humor, but the silliness and fast-paced jokes had me rolling on the

We know that education has the power to change the world. The learning youth gain shapes the knowledge and skills they have to apply to all aspects of their lives. At HEART, we have been teaching humane education for over a decade to encourage youth to view the world through

By Bob Schwalb H.E.A.R.T began delivering humane education programs to all of the 4th and 5th grade classes at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin’s Creekside Elementary in 2016. These sessions include semester-long Humane Living Programs covering lessons on human rights, animal protection, and environmental ethics. They also include an innovative program that

By Claire Howe For some time now, I have worked side-by-side with some of the most inspiring, committed, and passionate activists I have ever known… who just happen to be teenagers. In 2014, through my work as a humane educator at H.E.A.R.T, I began facilitating animal rights clubs at Franklin

By Jeannie Russell In the fall of 2017, HEART kicked off a new and exciting program that greatly expands the reach and impact of our distinctive approach to humane education. The Compassionate Communities Award competition is being offered to all elementary schools in NYC’s District 8, as an innovative way