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A recent trip to Egypt and other Mideast nations offers the backdrop for reflections on building understanding between their culture and ours based on a common humanity: 28 minutes
Our founder discusses the Humanity Project’s efforts to teach cooperation and social connection and reads our latest original fable about being part of something larger than ourselves: 32 minutes
This podcast offers a short primer on the Humanity Project’s original core philosophy of shared value: 30 minutes
This podcast offers a holiday idea that’s good for any time of year, all about helping children to understand more about human values: 21 minutes.
The Humanity Project’s latest original fable for grownups is read by the author, a story dealing with this group’s win-win idea called “shared value.”
A conversation with Gabriela Pinto, longtime Humanity Project member and volunteer and author of the website www.heal-anxiety-and-depression.com.
Samples from the Humanity Project’s free monthly newsletter, with positive information that can help people.
We read samples from the two books written by 7th and 8th grade Humanity Project volunteers to help elementary schoolkids stop bullying.
In this podcast, we look at the Humanity Project’s innovative program for at-risk children that also helps stop school bullying.
This podcast offers a tour of the Humanity Project’s completely redesigned website at www.thehumanityproject.com.
An original Humanity Project fable for adults, “The Tale of the Yellowbright Flower,” is read by the author accompanied by original music.
An interview with Rebecca Nicholson, a Ph.D. student in conflict resolution and top Humanity Project volunteer, discussing this group’s in-school anti-bullying program.
An interview with two officials from State Farm Insurance, a Humanity Project sponsor and an active voice in the communities it serves.
Humanity Project member and volunteer, Gwendolyn Lai, is interviewed in this program, which discusses the group’s recent efforts to help provide relief for Haiti and plans for a new children’s website.
We read and discuss a few key blogs about human values from the Humanity Project website.
This program tells the astonishing true story of explorer Ernest Shackleton, which is among the most powerful tales of human endurance, perseverance and courage and a shining example to us all.
The Humanity Project’s president/founder, Robert Spencer Knotts, reads the group’s latest fable for adults and premieres an original musical composition, all themed to the idea of giving to others.
A discussion and interview about the Humanity Project’s new original anti-bullying video for kids, loosely based on Michael Jackson’s classic “Beat It.”
A discussion with two pre-teen girls and the creative director of a performing arts school about using the arts to overcome bullying and other youth problems.
A discussion with a high school student and his father, who works for a youth services agency, about common problems among young people and how involvement can help them overcome these issues.
The Humanity Project offers original theme music for each podcast and, in this program, takes listeners inside the recording studio to show how symphonic and other music is achieved for these shows.