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Young Ethical Explorers – Social and Racial Justice Scholars Dialogue-n-Deed (Online)
March 21, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Ethical NYC is partnering with American Slavery Project to grow racial justice through responsive youth dialogue. Youth are invited to a four-month series of programs, featuring virtual productions of American Slavery Project’s REVERBERATION plays, with follow up workshops based on ASP’s responsive youth curriculum. (Is that right? “responsive youth curriculum”?)
Once a month, from March through May, youth will engage in a Wednesday “Watch-n-Chat” session” followed with a Sunday “Dialogue-n-Deed” workshop with expert guidance to support deep inquiry. The series culminates with a JUNETEENTH gathering that combines the watch-’n’-chat and workshop sessions into a singular grand finale (note that the June finale is an all-in-one Saturday event). Youth participants will be treated as Racial Justice Scholars of Ethical Youth Programming and will be given a certificate of completion for full participation in the four-month program. Participants are asked to sign up with the intent to engage in the entire 4-month program as consistently as possible.
Free to ALL Tweens and Teens with commitment! RSVPs and inquiries: YoungETHICALexplorers@gmail.com
Monthly Zoom Sessions – March through June 2021 | 3rd Wednesday Watch-n-Chat Parties and Sunday Dialogue-n-Deed Workshops
MARCH: Wed., March 17 @ 7-8:30pm & Sun., March 21 @ 4-6pm
APRIL: Wed., April 21 @ 7-8:30pm & Sun., April 25 @ 4-6pm
MAY: Wed., May 19 @ 7-8:30pm & Sun., May 23 @ 4-6pm
JUNE: Saturday, June 19 @ 4-7pm ~ Honoring “Juneteenth”
YEE has moved online with Zoom, and as always, newcomers and visitors are welcome! To join, please RSVP to Youth Programs Director Audrey Kindred at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about our youth and family programming, please visit www.ethical.nyc/youth and YoungEthicalExplorers.blogspot.com.
Ethics for Children is our Humanist Sunday school, designed for youngsters from ages 4 to 13, and takes place concurrent with our Sunday Platform meetings. Sessions raise issues of personal identity and integrity, appreciation and respect for others, and knowledge of religions, philosophies, and social concerns. Topics are explored in an age-appropriate way through discussion, storytelling, dramatization, music, art, games, and field trips.
RSVP is essential to guarantee your place and for planning purposes. If you are enrolled for the season or are members of Ethical NYC your spot is guaranteed. To RSVP as a guest, become a member, or enroll in season, please contact Audrey at YoungEthicalExplorers@gmail.com. Newcomers and visitors are always welcome!