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October, 2015

Tuesday October 27, 2015

November's Ethical Outlook includes great upcoming opportunities to get involved on topics you care about at NYSEC, in the USA, and around the world.

Wednesday October 14, 2015

Leader Anne Klaeysen weighs in on how to improve our daily commute. She is ineterviewed here.

Tuesday October 06, 2015

On October 18th and November 15th we will be hosting workshops guided by Russell G. Jones . The Blind Spot salons are an opportunity to engage your critical thinking skills , vocabulary and personal engagement with race, in a healthy environment. See our calendar for more details. 

September, 2015

Wednesday September 30, 2015
October's Ethical Outlook is packed with news on upcoming programs that make you laugh, think, and be inspired into action.

August, 2015

Friday August 14, 2015
Led by Audrey Kindred
This summer, Ethics For Children hosted a fabulous five session series with Ethics teacher Audrey Kindred and visiting artist Amy Reid titled "Animating Humanism and Humanity." View Photos
Tuesday August 11, 2015
The New York Society for Ethical Culture was very pleased to co-sponsor the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Interfaith Peace Gathering on Wednesday, August 5th, along with the Interfaith Center of New York and the Buddhist Council of New York.

July, 2015

Wednesday July 29, 2015

On April 10-11 Dr. Klaeysen spoke at the Symposium on Death and Dying "Dying Without Deity". A video of her talk can be viewed below.

"A Different KInd of Immortality" by Anne Klaeysen 

Tuesday July 28, 2015
In September, Richard begins his second year of part-time internship with our community, working with Leader Anne Klaeysen. Last year he interned part-time with the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County in Teaneck, NJ under Leader Joe Chuman’s supervision.

June, 2015

Monday June 22, 2015
Stand With Charleston 
Leader Anne Klaeysen
How does one comprehend the terrorist act committed by a young white man on the evening of Wednesday, June 17, when he sat with the pastor, Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney,  and members of Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church for an hour in prayer and then killed nine of them?
Friday June 19, 2015
David Hoelscher, a former college philosophy instructor, in a long piece on the blog site "Counterpunch" argues that contemporary humanism has betrayed its origins in which the struggle for economic justice lay at its heart.


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