Humane Issues in the News...

Each week we post links to news about humane education & humane living, and items connected to humane issues, from human rights to environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media, consumerism and culture.



USDA defines "egregious cruelty" for livestock handling (via Vegan.com) (8/15/11)

"Why bottled water companies target blacks & latinos" (via Mother Jones) (8/15/11)

Researchers investigate impact of licensed characters on "nag factor" (via JHB School of Public Health) (8/15/11)

"We're all responsible for bullying" (via Education Week) (8/15/11)

"No take" policy helps marine life recover at Mexican marine park (via International Business Times) (8/14/11)

Study shows gender cues (like pink) hurt breast cancer awareness, rather than help (via Sociological Images) (8/14/11)

Rethinking using chimpanzees in research (via Washington Post) (8/13/11)

Should U.S. renew apprenticeship programs? (via CNN) (8/11/11)

"Since when is it a crime to be poor?" (via Mother Jones) (8/9/11)

"The UK riots: the psychology of looting" (commentary) (via The Guardian) (8/9/11)

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