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Amanda Poppei (Senior Leader) and Zeb Green (Clergy Intern) spoke on October 8, 2017 at the Washington Ethical Society about “Courage to Be Ourselves.” (Click on cloud icon in upper right corner to access page where you can watch Facebook video or listen to SoundCloud podcast. There are 20 seconds on silence during one story.)
We often have to hide parts of our selves, either because they are explicitly unwelcome or because we imagine them to be so. Amanda and Zeb will share stories of the courageous among us, who have found ways to be fully themselves, despite all odds. Music from singer/songwriter LEA.
Find more Platforms from Washington Ethical Society here.
The cold won’t keep us awayHumanists of various stripes joined our team at the Interfaith Action's Walk for Warmth in Evanston. About 300 people from different faith communities walked the streets on Monday to raise awareness about the need for shelter on winter nights for people without homes. I think altogether the effort raised about $230,000 to keep the shelters in a rotation of Evanston churches open each night! ... See MoreSee Less