Jane Goodall completely transformed our knowledge of our closest relative in the animal kingdom, the chimpanzee. She originally observed them with the intention to understand animal behavior. She summoned empathy to transform her relationship with chimpanzees from scientific subjects to friends. Within our own human species, we see one another as aliens, but imagine a world where we could summon a similar empathy as Jane Goodall. Could we find a way to build a more kind, thoughtful, tolerant society?

Attend a Training

“Throwing hands” isn’t for fighting; it’s for giving hugs. Nonviolent Communication offers trainings that help people peacefully and effectively resolve conflicts.

Academic Research

Science is where Jane Goodall started, and, in fact, her institute, the Jane Goodall Institute, continues to publish in the areas of Conservation Science and Chimpanzees.

Dian Fossey studied Gorillas and created the Dian Fossey Gorilla International Fund which continues scientific research on the species, making them some of the world’s hairiest teachers.

Fundraise for a Cause

There are so many great organizations already working towards the more kind, empathetic society Jane Goodall advocates for that have already been mentioned on RevolutionLove.cc. And regardless of the issues, Raise It Up is a new fundraising platform that will make a transparent, trackable impact, which the world will be able to see and take part in.

Find Common Ground

The Temple of Understanding creates a sustainable world by finding commonalities through Interfaith collaboration.

Be Inspired

Despite the challenges of the world, every community has inspiring activists and organizers are building a better future. Global Citizen recognizes them with the Global Citizen Prize.

To find inner peace amidst a chaotic world, try these step-by-step exercises that’ll assist with taking you from stress, frustration, and burnout to calm from the Greater Good Science Center.


Find your voice, speak your truth, listen deeply—all of this and more in Jay Sofer’s Say What You Mean: A Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication.

Written in 1992, Al Gore shares in Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit a blueprint for how to live harmoniously with the planet.

Dalai Lama XIV, a revered apostle for peace, shares his thoughts in Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World.

Understand the root cause of conflict in The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict by The Arbinger Institute.

Documentaries & Movies

So many things could potentially hold us back from true happiness. What the Bleep Do We Know!? begins to show us a new possibility for life.

In Gorillas in the Mist, Dian Fossey, portrayed by Sigourney Weaver, and her colleagues make headway with gorilla research. They take account of their communication and social groups. 

Jane provides an intimate retelling of how Jane Goodall began and sustained for nearly 60 years her groundbreaking work on chimpanzees. It’s so good, chimps give it four thumbs up!

Temple Grandin shares how one woman became a trailblazing spokesperson for people with autism and her lifelong work with animal behavior.

TEDx Talks

Research is showing that our collective empathy is eroding. Psychologist Jamil Zaki explains why in “We’re experiencing an empathy shortage, but we can fix it together.”

Buddhist roshi Joan Halifax shares learned lessons about compassion, death and dying, and the nature of empathy in “Compassion and the true meaning of empathy.”

What does “compassion” really mean? Krista Tippet provides us with tools for “Reconnecting with compassion.”


Image Credits: NASA – James Webb Telescope

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