In this column, Society member Dwight Panozzo discusses his path to Humanism and its mandate to act with integrity in dealing with others and his commitment to leaving the world a better place than he found it.Read More
When it comes to in-person activities, open vs. closed is not a simple decision that can be made on the basis of one or two variables, says member and scientist Mary Matsui.
Today’s Platform address was by Prof. Alexander Hinton who is a Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, Newark and an internationally recognized expert on the Cambodian Genocide. Between 1975 and 1975 […]
By Dr. Joseph Chuman When I was in elementary school, we were taught that America was a melting pot. Being melted in the pot was what being an American all […]
By Dr. Joseph Chuman Trying to be ethical is not risk-free. It comes with perils. Among the pitfalls is the appearance of being sanctimonious. Exhibit high ethical standards and others […]
By Dr. Joseph Chuman I am suffering from outrage overload. Given the macabre and oppressive political times we endure, I am not the only one. Many people, no doubt, seek […]