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‘Humane Education’: Why it is not the right thing to do

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‘Humane Education’: Why it is not the right thing to do

We at USSA would like to share a well-written article from our friend, Dennis Foster, who is the executive director of the Masters of Foxhounds Association. Dennis is an expert regarding the animal rights groups that fight to end your hunting heritage every day. We hope you will share his important message to your friends, family, and colleagues.

Dennis Foster, Executive Director, Masters of Foxhounds Association

Animal Rights (AR) groups led by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), Peta and the Institute of Humane Education (IHE) are campaigning across the US to implement what they refer to as “humane education”, a program of extreme ideological material they aspire to teach in our school systems. They have been successful in a few cities, but up to now have not been successful at the state or federal levels, despite repeated efforts to introduce legislation.

One such effort briefly succeeded in a California school system and some of this “education” did take place. The approach was to show a movie involving animals, such as Finding Nemo, immediately followed by a discussion focused on how cruel it is to eat fish. Parents were angered when their children came home declaring they could no longer eat meat or fish.

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