We are a drop in group and welcome anyone at any level or with any amount of experience.
Baltimore’s trash incinerator(s) have for many years been the paramount polluter of our air. Ownership has changed but the incineration industry has not; it profits at the expense of residents it claims to serve.
So much of our lives are lived in distraction. We are constantly reacting to the world around us. We get sucked into regrets of the past or anxiety about the future.
This presentation is about beautiful native plants and their environmental benefits. Participants will learn how to select the right plant for the right place and how to avoid invasive species.
All members are encouraged to stay after the platform address for our Annual Membership Meeting. We hope you can join us!
Many find solitude a source of inspiration, creativity, and renewal. How can we better appreciate the place of solitude in our lives?
The Charm City Land Trusts is a resident-led organization designed to hold land together and cultivate a neighborhood vision that promotes the values, prioritizes the needs, and creates a path for community ownership of its residents.
Hugh Taft-Morales hosts a discussion of Chapters 1 and 2 of American Dialogue: The Founders and Us, by Joseph J. Ellis (2018).
For many people, sexual identity and expression are an important part of life. Shouldn’t Ethical Humanism support these people as sources of energy, joy, and pride!