Press And Media
Read more about Move This World from the global press and awards we've received.
Learning Empathy Through
The Atlantic speaks with Move This World and other social organizations aiming to change school climate using movement and expression as vehicles for teaching kids social-emotional skills.
Columbia Elementary School learns how to 'Move This World.'
Baltimore students begin a journey of empathy and appreciation for diversity through Move This World's dynamic curriculum.
Social Change through the Art of Movement
Carnegie Council's Policy Innovations highlights the story of Dance 4 Peace, now Move This World.
Los Negocios Tambien Se Basan en Construir una Sociedad Incluyente
La Republica's Entrepreneurship section highlights Move This World Columbia as a socially inclusive business.
From The Classroom To The Big Wide World, Empathy Matters
Move This World and other organizations cultivate empathy to give people skills to improve their quality of life.
A Dance Revolution Against School Violence
Are Lady Gaga and Sara Potler all that different? The Guardian emphasizes Move This World's critical contributions to the campaign against school violence and bullying.
In the Spirit of the Olympics, Can Dancing Promote Peace
Move This World is shortlisted for Best Conflict Resolution program at the Beyond Sports Awards in London during the Olympics
Five Initiatives To Transform Conflicts In The World
El Tempo names Move This World as an innovative idea that will change the world in one of its special editors.
5 Questions With Sara Potler LaHayne
Sara sits down for a one-on-one with EdTech Chronicle to discuss National Bullying Prevention Month & the importance of mindfulness.
Sara Honored with "36 Under 36" Award
Our Founder & CEO has been honored with this year's 36 Under 36 Award from Jewish Week NY. Read the full article now.
Moving the Needle on Bullying Meter with Dance: A 'Soft Space' Nonprofit Yields Solid Results
Huffington Post interviews Move This World's Founder and CEO, Sara, about their impact, data, and evidence-based approach.
Is Dance The Anti-Bullying Cure?
Read the Washington Post's thoughts on the connections between peace and movement and the past, present, and future of Move This World.