Bridges of Respect, a program of Compassionate Action for Animals, provides free humane education presentations for middle schools, high schools, after-school programs, colleges, and community groups in the Twin Cities metro area.
Founded in 1999, Bridges has given thousands of presentations to tens of thousands of students and has received excellent feedback from both teachers and students. The interactive presentations raise awareness about important issues affecting people, animals, and the environment. The program encourages critical thinking, leading participants to understand how their actions can have an impact.
Programs are flexible in length, modified for each age group, and tailored to fit curricular needs. Plant-based food samples are often included with presentations.
To request a free presentation for your class or if you would like to learn more about volunteering with Bridges of Respect, email email@example.com.
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Documentaries and movies present unique insights for viewers of the animals’ plight in a way that words and photographs perhaps cannot.
As film is such a powerful tool, we utilize it often. One of the ways we do this is through regular showings of quality documentaries and screenings. This provides viewers an opportunity to discover at more depth the complex lives of other animals or the wretched conditions of factory farms. Not all the films we show are of such a heavy nature, rather they are stories of hope and inspiration.
We have an archive of online videos on a range of topics related to animal issues and vegetarianism.