Sunday Platform

“Let it Not Happen Again”

Polish born 94 years old Morris (Moniek) Rosen is a survivor of Auschwitz concentration camp, living to tell about his horrific experiences during World War II.

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Passover Seder with the Chavurah

Join the Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah at Prologue, Inc. for their Passover Seder, a nontheistic celebration of the Passover tradition.

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Sunday Platform

“An Enlightened Future for All, but When?”

America was born at the height of the Enlightenment, yet outside of educated circles we seldom hear of this great humanistic movement today.

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Explorations in Bioethics and Medicine

Join Hugh Taft-Morales for the third installment of this series of discussions. This month’s topic is Money, Medicine, and Understanding Medical Controversies.

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Sunday Platform

“Good Things About Capitalism”

While socialists and anarchists might think the admission that “capitalism is not perfect” is the understatement of century, this is where Leader Hugh Taft-Morales begins his defense of some good things about capitalism.

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Sunday Platform

“The Truth About Our Youth”

In Maryland, kids as young as 14 can be charged as adults, meaning they are sent to the adult criminal justice system and wait in adult jails pre-trial.

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Young Adult Book Discussion Club

Join our new Young Adult (YA) book club for kids and adults as we begin reading Cory Doctorow’s novel For The Win.

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Sunday Platform

“On Stealing Ideas”

In this talk, Ben Klemens will discuss the status of the expansion, and measure the changes against the goals of intellectual property law.

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Parenting Workshop

“Building Stronger Families – Raising Confident and Compassionate Kids” presented by Dara Feldman and hosted by the Northern Virginia Ethical Society.

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Sunday Platform

“Humanizing Art”

Prior to the Renaissance, the dominant direction in European art was upward, towards the heavens, reaching for God. As Aristotelian influences turned cultural perspective back to the earth, human beings dominated the artist’s eye.

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