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...

Women of Ethical Culture

Jone Johnson Lewis, Leader of the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, will present her updated 3-session workshop introducing you to some history of Ethical Culture and Ethical humanism, via meeting some of the women of the movement. Participants who are...

Reclaiming Our Stories

Our speaker will address images of the “Muslim” woman through a lens of a secular upbringing and a journey to intersectional humanism in a North American context.  The “Muslim” woman is not one single story any more than “the Humanist” is a completed project. ...

2020 Vision: Wisdom from 100 Years of Woman Suffrage

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, removing sex as a reason to deny someone the right to vote.  (Many women were still unable to vote, due to poll taxes, denial of the vote to Native Americans, etc. — but not because...

Gender Equity Needed Now More Than Ever

In this country and in many others, women and the feminine in general are relegated to inferior status, inferior in pay, in responsibility, and in all aspects of life.  We pay a heavy price for this marginalization.  All of us suffer no matter what our gender, because...

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