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Richard Koral: A Remedy for Raging Inequality? (Hybrid)
May 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
In-person and online!
Thomas Picketty, the most original economist of the 21st Century, offers a cure for the decline of the egalitarian, middle class society. Can this work?
Ethical NYC Food Drive: Please bring a can of protein–tuna, chicken, beans, etc.–a jar of nut butter, or box of pasta to Platform to support our Food Insecurity Initiative. Spices and cooking oils are requested as well, as they are not covered by SNAP and the price of cooking oil has skyrocketed.
Dr. Richard L. Koral has been a Leader at the New York Society for Ethical Culture since 2017. Richard holds degrees from New York University and New York Law School, and a Doctor of Ministry in interfaith pastoral counseling from the Hebrew Union College. He is the Leader Consultant to the Social Service Board and numerous committees in the Society. Active with the American Ethical Union, Richard served on its Board as president from 2012 to 2015. He also serves as part-time Leader for the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island.
Notice: Only fully-vaccinated individuals are invited to attend in-person at this time.
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Presider: Sarah Sprott
Shared Charity: Camp Linden
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