How do we stay as safe as possible and still begin to regain our social interactions? That’s the question Dr. Mary Matsui, scientist and member of our Re-Entry Task Force, helps to answer in this column.Read More
What is it about our cultural climate that has accelerated the scourge of book censorship? In this essay, Society member Lucy Lettis asks the question amid an epidemic of new book bans across the country.Read More
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 […]