We want to help you. The Humanity Project’s philosophy of “shared value,” as we call it, is at the heart of our acclaimed Anti-bullying Through The Arts program — we show bystander students in elementary schools why cooperation and social connection applied to bullying can make their own lives better. Mutual benefit, win-win … shared value. Right now, this powerful Humanity Project program is reaching many thousands of kids in the Broward County Public Schools, the sixth largest school district in the United States. But we’re eager and ready to help more young students, in South Florida and around the country. On our home turf, we can bring our program to your school — for free. There is no cost for any of it, including a Humanity Project book for each teacher to use as follow-up material. Outside South Florida, we can help you with your efforts to stop bullying too, including getting you copies of those books. They’re appealing to kids … and they work. The stories, rap poetry and class projects were created for the Humanity Project by at-risk middle school students especially for use by K-5 students. So today’s blog may serve as a reminder for you about our program, which we just gave this morning to 530 students at Sanders Park Elementary in Pompano Beach, Florida. We’re here to help you deal with your bullying problems … and yes, we really do want to help.
To create and implement innovative programs that teach children and adults how to use cooperation and social connection for individual development and grassroots community improvement