Blog Posts & Published Newsletters on the Human Rights

Blog Posts & Published Newsletters on the Human Rights2019-04-10T14:06:11-07:00

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TWAICB is Published! We’re Chapter 14 of Mindful Social Studies – Frameworks for Social Emotional Learning and Critically Engaged Citizen

Recognition for helping prepare students with the content knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to be equity-oriented and engaged citizens September 2022 Dear Friends and Colleagues, Last November, my Human Rights Educators USA colleague Rosemary Blanchard suggested we submit a proposal to have a chapter in a Social [...]

The Human Rights Portal to Teaching Mindfulness and Civic Engagement

Reprinted with permission from Rowman & Littlefield Mindful Social Studies: Frameworks for Social Emotional Learning and Critically Engaged Citizens Edited by Natalie Keefer and Tori K. Flint Rowman & Littlefield | 2022 | All Rights Reserved Mindful Social Studies: Frameworks for Social Emotional Learning and Critically Engaged Citizens situates [...]

From Anger to Action: Youth show the way to move forward from frustration and concern

July 2022 Dear Friends and Colleagues, I just read psychologist Mary Pipher’s NY Times Opinion piece titled It’s Possible to Balance Despair With Joy. What intrigued me to read through it were such statements as: “Many of us feel we are walking through sludge. This strange inertia [...]

FROM ANGER TO ACTION: How Knowledge of the UDHR and Social Justice Advocacy Generate Positive Change

The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program (TWAICB) In Collaboration With Arroyo High School’s Future Leaders Of Social Change Small Learning Community February-March 2022 Project INTRODUCTION – HOW THE PROJECT DEVELOPED TWAICB has collaborated with Kay Zimmerman, the Arroyo High School Future Academy Co-Lead [...]

Another Time to Keep in Mind: “If You Get Confused, Listen to the Music Play” 🎶

May 2022 Dear Friends and Colleagues, On April 7, 2022 I watched Ketanji Brown Jackson deliver her Supreme Court confirmation acceptance speech surrounded by President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.  In addition to being inspired by Justice Jackson’s words about her life story and the [...]

Oral history interview with Lois Stein on meeting Eleanor Roosevelt

In early 2022, The World As It Could Be's Sandy Sohcot sat down with her cousin Lois Stein about meeting Eleanor Roosevelt at the 1943 Women's International Exposition of Arts and Industries in New York City. Sandy and Jazzmin (communications administrator) chatted with Lois about the Exposition, how her [...]

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TWAICB is Published! We’re Chapter 14 of Mindful Social Studies – Frameworks for Social Emotional Learning and Critically Engaged Citizen

Recognition for helping prepare students with the content knowledge, [...]

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