Sunday Platform

“Racial Justice Unpacked: Healthcare as a Racial Issue”

In this talk, we will present key insights into how health equity has to be the center of any change process for communities.

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Sunday Platform

“What Do You Really Own Anyway?”

What is it to “own” something? Is it just to have exclusive access to, or control over, a resource? How did the concept of “ownership” arise?

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Sunday Platform

“The Shifting Impact of Global Migration on Baltimore”

Pat Shannon Jones will share some stories and some hard facts about migration, resettlement, and hope in Baltimore today.

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BES Community Pledge Luncheon

If there’s any event you should attend as a member of the Baltimore Ethical Society, it is this one: the 2018 BES Pledge Luncheon!

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Sunday Platform

“Learning from Frederick Douglass”

Hugh Taft-Morales honors Black History Month by exploring how Frederick Douglass can teach humanists principles and habits to enrich our lives today and contribute to a better world.

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“Racial Justice Beyond the Self – a two-part talk”

Join us for this two-part talk: “A Time When I Stood Up” with celeste doaks and “A Guest in the Conversation” with Dr. Karl Henzy.

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Evolution and Sharks! Celebrate Darwin’s Birthday!

Celebrate the birthday of Charles Darwin with the Baltimore Coalition of Reason!

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Sunday Platform

“Ethical Eating”

Discussions about the food we eat can be intense and divisive. Hugh Taft-Morales shares his unfinished personal journey into this ethical thicket.

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“Frederick Douglass and the Ethics of Equality”

Frederick Douglass is known as an abolitionist, advocate of racial equality and feminist supporter. However, his life is a statement about the practice of ethics as a vocation, avocation and provocation.

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Book discussion on Good and Mad by Rebecca Traister

Our leader Hugh is co-hosting with member Ann Litke at her home a book discussion of Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger, by Rebecca Traister

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