POSTED BY: BOB KNOTTS
The Humanity Project comes in for some very nice praise in a new blog just posted on Daily Kos. Click here to go to the Daily Kos article. If you’re not familiar with Daily Kos, here are some basics: It is the largest progressive community website in the United States, with more than 2.5 million unique visitors monthly and a quarter of a million registered users.
That is some wonderful new exposure for our ideas and programs — and we thank the article’s author, Golda Velez of California. Golda has worked on this blog for several weeks, conducting interviews and reviewing the latest research on bullying. You’ll find the blog enlightening, we think. She focuses especially on the Humanity Project’s new website for socially isolated teens, including many in the LGBT community. That site is www.thp4kids.com … and we’re very proud of it. If you haven’t checked it out lately, please do. You will discover an all-new, much edgier design created by students to appeal to our teen audience. There’s also a national hotline for kids who need immediate guidance. We’ll be telling you more soon about some of the changes to thp4kids, which of course stands for “The Humanity Project 4 Kids.” For now, though, we wanted to let you know about this latest round of national media attention for the Humanity Project … and to again thank Golda Velez and Daily Kos for helping more folks find our free materials.