W.E.B. Du Bois: Will the Truth Set You Free?

The author of the address is Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois, who spoke to a group at the New York Society for Ethical Culture on February 7, 1949. (Thanks to Carolyn Parker for finding the text of Dr. Du Bois’ talk!) This very timely address pertains especially to the need...

Striving to See

How the Camera Becomes a Vehicle Towards Expansion and Unlearning Ethical Culture has a rich history of photographers and documentarians who used the camera towards humanistic ends. Christian Hayden shares how he sought to transform the male gaze into something that...

Racial Justice Book Group

A group including members from several different congregations and secular organizations has been meeting most months to discuss books that educate and motivate us in anti-racist work. During the pandemic, we’re meeting online, so you’re invited whether you live near...

Becoming a Multicultural Community: Book Dialogues

Are you interested in how to transform an organization or community so that it is authentically inclusive and multicultural?  Can it be truly an ethical community if it is not diverse, equitable, and inclusive?  Find out from several different angles how this works. ...

Critical Race Theory: Book Dialogue

Do you want to find out more about what is behind the decades-old “Critical Race Theory” that has become such a target for attacks this year? We’re reading the book, Critical Race Theory: An Introduction by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic.  The...

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