1949 – AEU Reaffirms its Resolve to Support World Peace

Submitted by the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture and Passed by AEU Resolved, that the American Ethical Union Assembly, as a religious group dedicated to the promotion of a just and decent relationship among people everywhere, recognize the paramount importance of promoting...
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1949 – AEU Endorses Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Submitted by the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture and Passed by AEU Whereas, the General Assembly of the United Nations, meeting in Paris adopted, on December 10, 1948 a Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and Whereas, the American Ethical Union is dedicated to further...
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1948 – AEU Assembly Resolves to Create Committee to Give Support to United Nation

Submitted by the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester and Passed by AEU Whereas, the American Ethical Union, a united religious group, is for just human relations among all men every where, regardless of race, color or creed; and Whereas, the United Nations has been established...
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1948 – AEU Recognizes Need to Promote Cooperation Towards World Peace

Submitted by the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester and Passed by AEU Resolved, that this Assembly, as a religious group dedicated to the promotion of a just and decent relationship between people everywhere, recognize the paramount importance of promoting effective and...
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1948 – Proposals to Provide Federal Aid to Private Sectarian Schools Condemned as Unconstitutional

Submitted by the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester and passed by AEU Whereas, this Assembly of the American Ethical Union has heard the report by Dr. V.T. Thayer, one of its Leaders, with respect to the developments following the decision of the Supreme Court of the...
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1948 – Support Pledged to Bring about Changes Proposed by President’s Committee on Civil Rights

Submitted by the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester and Passed by AEU Resolved, that the American Ethical Union commend the President’s Committee on Civil Rights for a courageous report of some of the ills of democracy, and of practical measures to cure such ills;...
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