From the Susan B. Anthony Amendment to the Equal Rights Amendment

The year 2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which secured women in the U.S. the right to vote. On this occasion, it is important to remember that the Humane Party has addressed the gap between the proposed Equal Rights Amendment in 1923 and current social issues, by drafting a new Constitutional amendment that would be fully inclusive of gender-, sexuality-, and marriage-related rights.

Dutch MP Champions Animal Rights for UN Agenda

New York, NY, Oct. 22, 2018 – Esther Ouwehand, Member of Parliament for the Dutch Party for the Animals, is hosting the premier screening in New York tonight of the groundbreaking animal rights documentary, Dominion.

Democrat-Republicans Are Poised to Heap $1 Trillion More onto Millennials’ Debt Burden—per Year

In September 2017, the U.S.’s national debt exceeded $20 trillion for the first time ever.  Now the accumulated national debt exceeds $21 trillion.  Millennials, and generations of Americans who have not yet been born, are the ones who have been “left holding the bag” of Democrat-Republican profligacy.

PIG!

Through language other animals are made to bear the crudest human acts, the ugliest human thoughts, the deepest human guilts, the worst human crimes, the most unspeakable human evils…

Logo for the Humane Herald Remains True to Its Name

Heraldry has recently been in world news because of the U.K. royal wedding and the creation of a new coat of arms for the bride, Meghan Markle.
This post gives a quick overview of what went into the creation of the Humane Herald logo.  In keeping with the name of the publication itself, this logo draws upon the thousand-year-old traditions of heraldry, a system for communicating through iconography, color, and shape.