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AEU Newsletter

In the Spring 2014 Issue of the AEU Dialogue:
  • Revitalizing Democracy: Money, Power, & Politics
  • Mossler Fellowship Project: Young Adults and Ethical Culture
  • New York Society Launches Speed Deed, and more...
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AEU Viewpoints

May 8, 2014 -- The prevailing Supreme Court decision in the Greece v. Galloway case, permitting prayer at legislative sessions, including municipal meetings, is another giant step toward the dismantling of the separation of church and state. Read More

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AEU Board Meetings

02 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am

Ethical Education Weekend

07 Nov 2014 | 04:00 pm

YES Conference in NYC Nov 2014

14 Nov 2014 | 05:00 pm

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Homelessness and the Human Spirit

Posted on 30 Jun 2014


Religious Freedom or Religious Tyranny?

This blog post by Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle (EHST) President Chris Kaman was originally published on the EHST website on July 1, 2014. The Supreme Court ruling on Hobby Lobby is being hailed by the political right as a victory for religious freedom, and by the...
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How Do We Continue After We Die?

This Faith Perspectives column by Leader Kate Lovelady was printed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on June 19, 2014. In general, I find that humanists of all types do funerals and memorials really well, which might sound surprising, since we don’t promote a belief in a personal...
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“Art for Justice” on Display at Philadelphia Society

In 1997 Ann Marie Kirk co-founded Art for Justice with Charles Zafir Lawson, who is serving a sentence of life without parole at Graterford Prison. Art for Justice has made it possible for Zafir’s art, and the art of other incarcerated individuals, to reach beyond the prison...
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