One of our members told us about a child who asked her grandmother how many school shootings she had experienced as a child. "None," the grandmother replied. "Oh, come on, Grandma. That can't be true. Not even one?" "No, my dear, not a one."
Come learn more about environmental justice so we can plant seeds that grow into effective activism for the benefit of everyone now and in the future!
Meet Ellen and Richard, two of New York Society for Ethical Culture’s oldest members and the latest subjects of our Ethical Humans series exploring the impact of ethics in society. The couple first met while on a skiing trip but it was Ethical Culture that sealed their bond. Richard introduced Ellen to the Society in 1964 after hearing about it on WQXR.
Please note, our most recent Ethical Enrichment Brochure listed the wrong date for January's Ethics and The Theater: On Golden Pond. It will be held Friday, January 12 at its regular time of 7:00pm, with a reception at 6:30pm.
2017 has been a year of ups and downs. One thing that has remained consistent, however, is the incredible impact that a few amazing people can have on our community, country and world. We had the pleasure of highlighting some of those individuals through our #EthicalHumans campaign in 2017.
Meet Patty, an author, radio host, environmental activist, and the latest in our Ethical Humans series exploring the impact of ethics in society. Ever since she was five years old, Patty has been interested in the environment. She collected butterflies in her backyard and was always growing a new plant. Since then, she has turned her childhood passion into her life’s work.