Students speak out against racism

in Hey U.G.L.Y.'s

Hue-Man Being Art Project(TM)

 
 - a global Art Project to end Racism for students aged 7 to 17


Award-winning filmmaker, Rick Erwin, created a mini-documentary of this project.  Click here to watch:

 

 

Help your students learn how to recognize when they are
negatively judging and stereotyping others and themselves using our Hue-Man Being Empathy Learning Activity Plan (ELAP). It will help you empower your students to accept and embrace their unique cultural, ethnic, religious and social identity and that of their classmates.

This is a important activity that helps students connect with each other on a deep level. Additionally, it allows them to have their voices heard through their art and words. To see how click on the Nick News icon to the right. You will hear some of the students explain their artwork which  is included in our book, HUE-MAN KIND - A BOOK TO END RACISM.

Click here to buy the book. 100% of the profits helps us help the next generation end racism in themselves, their classrooms and the world.

Click here to order a copy of this ELAP for your school or organization. Deadline for annual art submissions is Feb. 28.
 

BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE STUDENT ARTWORK INCLUDED IN HUE-MAN KIND - A BOOK TO END RACISM

 

 

Rena Reese of WRWKT believes the Hue-Man Being Art Project is a "terrifically beautiful example as to how engaging kids' talents while teaching an important message does more to etch an idea on their heart than any lecture ever could." 

 We thank Rena for her kind words.

 

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