The Humanity Project believes that teaching through the arts, including videos and music, helps make our important message more memorable, whether for kids or adults. Art forges emotional connections that help the information to stick. To see what we mean, just explore this website. (All works are copyrighted by the Humanity Project © 2013. All rights reserved.)
Here’s a September 2010 NBC Miami news story about the Humanity Project’s innovative Anti-bullying Through The Arts program, part of a half-hour special about school bullying:
This video is a WSFL-TV news story that shows our summer 2010 writing program for at-risk middle school students in action:
This TV news feature captures some of the amazing energy of the Humanity Project’s “Thousand Youth March For Humanity,” which was held on November 16, 2008. The event was the first large-scale children’s march against bullying in the United States:
This original short orchestral and children’s choir music is the Humanity Project’s theme music for our podcasts.
We create different original music for use during each podcast, with every new piece appropriate to the program’s topic. Below are some examples of this Humanity Project music:
Short Symphonic Piece