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Ethical Humanism developed from traditions of reason, philosophical inquiry, continuous learning. Until now, our community’s guiding philosophy is largely rooted in thought influenced by the Enlightenment, with an emphasis on reason and the individual. This has also largely excluded intuitive and experiential ways of knowing and learning. And as a dominant worldview, that tradition has often supported patriarchy, racism, and imperialism.
What if it is time to renew, reorient, decolonize? What does an Ethical Humanism look like with a wider canon, broader emphasis, an intentional effort to center the experience of those often silenced — even by us? How could this better center our commitment to human worth and human connection? How do we, with attention to serious theoretical work and experiential ways of knowing, develop practices that are inclusive, egalitarian, and healing? Come join us as we begin this work together.
Presenters are current Ethical Culture Leaders-in-Training:
Christian Hayden, Jé Hooper, storäe michele, Sarah Tielemans
Anthony Cruz, Liberation Theologian and Interreligious Scholar
Anyone who identifies as a humanist and/or Ethical Culturist and interested in growing and learning about how the Ethical Humanism might grow and change
An experiential workshop, where participants dialogue, reflect, create and embody a decolonized Ethical Humanist movement.
November 9, 2019: 10 am – 5 pm
(Optional light breakfast and social hour from 9-10 am)
Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture
4450 Fieldston Road, Riverdale/Bronx, NY 10471
Free Parking Available at Fieldston School with RSVP by 11/7
(parking pass will be emailed for you to print, or pick it up at the site)
Register at Eventbrite: https://uprootandreseed.eventbrite.com
Registration (includes lunch): $20 before 11/4, $25 11/4 and after
Low Income Registration (includes lunch): $10
Sponsorship Registration (includes lunch): $50
Donations towards workshop expenses greatly appreciated.