Humans

Ethics and leadership defined by human superiority

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I just finished an intense summer ethics and leadership course for my MPA program. Now, I took similar classes in my
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Animal rights as a masculine endeavor: Patriarchy and traditional notions of masculinity in the movement

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Shaping culture and advocating for social change remains very much a masculine endeavor. – Corey Lee Wrenn Dr. A. Breeze Harper
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Wonder Women: Satya’s Reinforcement for the Connectionist Future

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I just read a deeply disappointing blog post from a fairly well-known feminist organization. It raised the cry for feminists to
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The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master’s Rape Rack: Feminism and Animal Rights

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The brilliant, important work we do for humans does not give us a free moral ride, a free pass to be
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A New Fund for Work at the Intersections: Feminism and Animal Rights

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In honor of Carol J. Adams, the inspiration for Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism and The Sexual Politics of
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Uncommon connections: Sexual and domestic violence prevention and environmental justice

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PreventConnect has just posted a brand new podcast focusing on the connections between environmental justice and sexual and domestic violence prevention
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The Story Behind Connect the Dots’ Photos

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Did you know that the photos on our homepage were take by Connect the Dots’ own Stacia Mesleh? Yes, indeed! When
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WWF Shows How We Are All Connected

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The World Wildlife Fund has created a visually striking video to illustration that we are all connected.  The video juxtaposes images
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National Sexual Assault Conference 2013

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The call for proposals was just released for the 2013 National Sexual Assault Conference! Taking place August 28-30 in Hollywood, CA,
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Finding a Niche for All Animals: A Conference Honoring the Ecofeminist Work of Marti Kheel

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As we wrote upon her passing, Marti Kheel was a supporter, a mentor, and a friend.  That’s why we were so
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Connecting the Dots, Liberating Our Language

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We want to share this GREAT post about language.  Our friends from Equalize sent it to us with a note that, “it’s
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Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America by Melissa Harris-Perry

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Post author: Stacia Mesleh Book Review for Sister Citizen:  Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America by Melissa Harris-Perry I loved
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