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animal rights/welfare

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Museee
Thu, 18 Nov 1999 13:36:22 EST


Hi,

I am trying to help other teachers, in education, including art to find ways
to teach children about treating animals with respect and kindness. If
anyone is interested, I would appreciate your help. There is an email loop
that you can join to share your ideas directly, or you could simply share
your ideas with me, and with your permission I could share them with the
loop. I thinking art history would present an interesting opportunity to
explore animal rights with children! I have never done that before though
and need ideas. I am an animal lover and want to do something to improve the
education children receive in this area. Thanks.
Susan

subscription information page :
http://www.onelist.com/community/animals2000beyond

my personal webpage for the subject (if viewed on aol it looks blurry, I am
trying to figure out why yet, sorry! )
http://www.geocities.com/animals2000beyond/

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