Sunday Platform
April 21, 2019

“Community Land Trusts: Tools for Uplifting Community Values”

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.

April 14, 2019

Book discussion on American Dialogue: The Founders and Us

Hugh Taft-Morales hosts a discussion of Chapters 1 and 2 of American Dialogue: The Founders and Us, by Joseph J. Ellis (2018). 

Sunday Platform
April 14, 2019

“Pride and Shame: The Ups and Downs of Sexual Identity”

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!

Sunday Platform
April 7, 2019

“The Truth Must Dazzle”

There is power coiled within poetry. Some of it is quite accessible, some falls into the hard-nut-to-crack category, and some unspools with a minimum of effort.

Sunday Platform
March 31, 2019

“Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five

Fifty years ago to the day, Kurt Vonnegut’s best-known, most critically acclaimed novel was published.

Sunday Platform
March 24, 2019

“The Moral Necessity of Geo-Engineering”

Climate change and associated global warming and sea level rise are now on the near term horizon.

March 21, 2019

“Ethics, Money, and Private Property” at the Impact Hub

Join Hugh Taft-Morales at the Impact Hub (10 East North Ave.) for a presentation and discussion of “Ethics, Money, and Private Property.”

Sunday Platform
March 17, 2019

“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.

Sunday Platform
March 10, 2019

“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?

Sunday Platform
March 3, 2019

“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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