THP: A Look Back in Pics

 Among many high school staffers who worked on our new thp4kids.com this year.

Among many high school staffers who worked on our new thp4kids.com this year.

(Editor’s Note: This post is adapted from the July 2013 Humanity Project email newsletter, Humanity News. You can sign up to receive the free newsletter once each month by clicking on the “Go” button in the right-hand column of this home page under “Sign up for our Email Newsletter.” We ask only for your email address.)

We’ve all earned a little time to chill during another hot summer. For the Humanity Project, the school year is a busy period — and the coming 2013-2014 session looks like no exception. So as we end July, we decided to do something we’ve never done. Here’s a blog made up of some of the memorable pics from major moments in the Humanity Project’s nearly eight-year history. They’re fun, engaging and just right for a warm summer day. Thanks so much for taking a look.

 Our Anti-bullying Through The Arts has reached more than 14,000 kids so far!

Our Anti-bullying Through The Arts has reached more than 14,000 kids so far!

 The new I Care website home page

The new I Care website home page

 A few members of our University of Miami I Care design team.

A few members of our University of Miami I Care design team.

  11/16/08: First mass kids march against bullying in the United States ... organized and led by the Humanity Project.

11/16/08: First mass kids march against bullying in the United States ... organized and led by the Humanity Project.