In this talk, we will present key insights into how health equity has to be the center of any change process for communities.
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?
Pat Shannon Jones will share some stories and some hard facts about migration, resettlement, and hope in Baltimore today.
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!
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.
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.
Celebrate the birthday of Charles Darwin with the Baltimore Coalition of Reason!
Discussions about the food we eat can be intense and divisive. Hugh Taft-Morales shares his unfinished personal journey into this ethical thicket.
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.
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