Sunday Platform
August 25, 2019

Ethical Dilemma

It’s time to have some fun! Learn “The Secrets of Improv” and, if you want, join the members of the Ethical Dilemma improv troupe as we “Make Sense Out of Nonsense.”

September 1, 2019

Poetry Salon

Join us on the first Sunday of each month to read and share your favorite poems.

Sunday Platform
September 1, 2019

Felix Adler Was Not a Humanist

Ethical Culture founder, Felix Adler, was not a humanist and he prevented Ethical Culture from identifying with the Humanists while he was alive. 

September 6, 2019

Tabletop Game Night

Join us in the library as we play a variety of unusual pen and paper roleplaying games.

September 8, 2019

Mindfulness Meditation

Join us as we sit (on chairs) and breathe (just the way it comes naturally) and listen to the words of Thich Nhat Hanh, one of the world’s best-known teachers of mindfulness.

Sunday Platform
September 8, 2019

“Baltimore Must Throw Out Incineration”

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.

Sunday Platform
September 15, 2019

“Cultivating Gratitude”

Intolerance is growing. Our political world is a mess. We are poisoning our biosphere. At times like this, it is easy to forget gratitude.

Sunday Platform
September 29, 2019

“Racism, Peace, and Climate Justice”

Hugh Taft-Morales explores the intersection between racism, peace, and climate justice. He will share some of the insights garnered by the NAACP in their Environmental and Climate Justice Program begun 10 years ago.

Sunday Platform
October 6, 2019

“Annual Fall Family Festival”

Together we’ll enjoy some old traditions and maybe we can start some new ones, too!

Sunday Platform
October 20, 2019

“The Encampment for Citizenship: An Experience in Participatory Democracy”

The Encampment for Citizenship, founded in 1946 by Ethical Culture Leader Algernon D. Black and Alice (“Nanny”) Pollitzer, a prominent civic leader, offered an opportunity for “young adults of many religious, racial, social and national backgrounds” to learn “the principles and techniques of citizenship… through lived experience.”

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