They found a home for their idea: Ethical Friends of Children (project of Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island) assists more than 2,500 children and their families each year by providing clothing as well as baby furniture and gear like strollers for free at their on-site “store.” ... See MoreSee Less
"I would love to see humanism move from a Western-Puritan categorical perspective of inclusion and reach for being eclectic! Embody a real sense of cultural pluralism that holds healing values of reason and knowledge, while expanding itself toward intuition and embodiment." -- Jé Exodus Hooper, Ethical Culture Leader at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.
How do we nurture multicultural community, liberation and equity, in our own Societies and in the wider world? Explore with us by registering at aeu.org/event/aeu2020 to join us on Zoom. ... See MoreSee Less