In this tribute to Janet Glass, retired Leader Joe Chuman says her life was a ‘modest yet towering example of humanity at its best,’ and that we can be honored she chose our Society in which to live out her values.Read More
I wished I had discovered Ethical sooner, and now I have the privilege to be in a position to give back. The TV version of Star Trek from the late sixties is decades old, but some of the ideas it embraced have taken
ft, a young, new Ethical Culture leader-in-training in St. Louis and a self-described fellow nerd, has a Facebook page that has attracted my attention. After attending the World Humanist Congress in Chicago this August, he posted this on his page: “We will change the world. We fractious, skeptical, argumentative, individualistic band of freethinkers will usher in a more reasonable and compassionate society. We will banish superstition and prejudice and put knowledge and justice in their place. I have no doubt now.” His words landed a flutter of butterflies in my stomach.
root in new places. One of those places is in social media. James Cro
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Remembering Janet Glass, ‘A Model for Living’
Society members and friends pay tribute to Janet Glass, who died last month. She held many leadership roles in our Society, in her profession, the community, and in our hearts.Read More
Volunteers Janet Glass and Anne Wallman in the Spotlight
At our annual Recognition and Installation Dinner, members Anne Wallman and Janet Glass were honored for saying “yes” to many asks for the benefit of our Society and the larger community.Read More
Member-Activists Relieved and Proud as NJ Governor Opposes Power Plant
Persistence has paid off for members of our Society, led by Janet Glass and our Social Action Committee, who protested plans for a power plant in the Meadowlands, as Gov. Phil Murphy announced this week that he is “unequivocally opposed” to the project and “increasing emissions.”
Society members join March for our Lungs to protest power plant
Members of our Ethical Culture Society participated in March for our Lungs on May 18 in Ridgefield. Organized by students from around the state, the march protested plans for the […]
Our Members Make News as Environmental Activists
Recent coverage of environmental protests in the North Jersey Record and on WMBC-TV news included video, photos and comments by our Society’s members. Below is a still photo from a […]