Women’s History Month: Celebrating an Ethical Heroine

Featuring: live music by Dupree, accompanied by Barry Kornhauser Come “meet” a fascinating, little-known figure of Black women’s history, the Harlem Renaissance, and for part of her life, New York City history and Ethical Culture history! Born just a...

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...

Still a Long Way to Go

When this country was considering a Declaration of Independence from England, Abigail Adams wrote to her husband, John Adams, part of the group considering the future: “Remember the Ladies.”  Here it is, 242 years later, and women in the United States are still...

Ethical Heroes: The Goldmark Sisters

To celebrate Women’s History Month, and in one of her periodic “ethical heroes” talks, our Society Leader, Jone Johnson Lewis, will introduce you to some sisters who are not very well-known, but whose lives include some inspiring lessons for us to learn from. Dr....

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