Ethical Blog

July, 2014

Wednesday July 23, 2014

On July 20, Gerald Ranck, Jon Liechty and David Gracia performed Two Pieces for Piano, six hands by Serge Rachmainov. It was a very enjoyable performance that really enhanced the day. Music is a joyful addition to our Sunday meetings.


Monday July 21, 2014
The Lives of Erich Fromm: Love’s Prophet
Lawrence J. Friedman
Columbia University Press, 2013
410 pp.

June, 2014

Wednesday June 18, 2014

Ethical members turn out at rally to save The Williams...Upper west side housing for seniors. View more.

May, 2014

Tuesday May 27, 2014

We want to share pictures of a few of the ethical actions where we find our Members and our Teens. Come to Ethical to get involved!

Tuesday May 27, 2014

Our friends art WBAI are having a Spring Fund Drive. We Are grateful to the station for providing a forum for our Ethics on the Air and for the wonderful programming they provide. 

Thursday May 08, 2014
The prevailing Supreme Court decision in the Greece v. Galloway case, permitting prayer at legislative sessions, including municipal meetings, is another giant step toward the dismantling of the separation of church and state. 
Wednesday May 07, 2014
Dr. Joseph Chuman presented the Founder's Day Address  to Fieldston Graduates on May 2. We share it with you here.

April, 2014

Wednesday April 16, 2014

From the 350NYC April Newsletter:

On April 26th the Cowboy Indian Alliance of tribal leaders, farmers, and ranchers have invited our movement to join them at their tipi encampment on the National Mall for their closing argument against Keystone XL -- and NYC is stepping up to answer the call.

Monday April 07, 2014

On April 3rd, The New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYSEC) and affiliate United Social Services, Inc. honored David N. Dinkins, the 106th Mayor of New York, with the inaugural Dr. Phyllis Harrison-Ross Public Service Award.

Tuesday April 01, 2014

Here are some wonderful pictures from this great event. We hope to do many more speed deed events so stay posted! In case you missed it this was an intergenerational event that brought everyone together to dive into a "deed". The pictures tell the story. Join us next time!



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