In this November 2020 platform address, Society member Dwight Panozzo discusses the unrepresentative nature of the U.S. Senate. Created in the 18th Century, the U.S. Constitution vests an inordinate amount […]
Society member David Bland moderated a discussion of troubling issues with facial-recognition technology, after a screening of the “Coded Bias” documentary, which was screened on PBS earlier this year. Participants […]
So much of what Felix Adler said 145 years ago seems obvious to us now, but in his day, Adler’s philosophy was revolutionary. As we approach Founders Day, Leader Curt Collier celebrates Adler and all those dedicated to bringing out the best in others.Read More
A visit to a naturalist author’s former cabin is the backdrop for Leader Curt Collier’s discussion of the power of relationships to transform lives and to build connections with one another and with nature.Read More
The Social Action Committee’s recent survey showed that political reform, gun-law reform, and racial justice are among the most important issues to members. Read More
In a letter to Teaneck’s elected leaders on behalf of our Society, Social Action Chair Anne Wallman asks that the Black Lives Matter mural in a parking lot next to Votee Park be changed from temporary to permanent status to promote unity and healing.