In pursuit of our mission, since our founding the New York Society for Ethical Culture and our committees have long maintained partnerships with other local organizations and community groups also dedicated to social justice in New York City.

Social Justice Partners

American Indian Community House

Amnesty International NYC Groups 9 and 280

Feminist Freethinkers of NY

Formerly Fundamentalist NYC, a secular organization which connects people who left various fundamentalist faiths and are now living in the NYC area.

League of Women Voters of the City of New York

Police Reform Organizing Project

Radical Age Movement

Environmental Stewardship Partners

We at the New York Society for Ethical Culture have committed ourselves to supporting and promoting the important work of local environmental and climate groups as part of our mission to help bring human activity into harmony with the need to protect the earth’s natural systems.

Our Environmental Stewardship Committee meets on the fourth Sunday of each month at 1:30pm. We also host environmental justice and climate speakers once a month on Sunday mornings at our Platform talks. See our calendar for upcoming talks, and our video archives and YouTube channelfor past speakers on animal agriculture, sustainable economics and climate change. We also host film screenings and educational forums on a wide range of issues.

Ethical is also proud to have hosted the organizing committee of the People’s Climate March (2014) for the Faith Contingent and has provided space for civil disobedience training for Democracy Spring.

Our Environmental Partners:

350NYC which meets three times each month at Ethical to educate the public about the issues and provide opportunities for engagement at every level of climate advocacy, organizing, and activism.

New York City Grassroots Alliance meets monthly at Ethical to bring together people from many groups in the climate activism community to network, learn from one another, and support each other’s work—because we’re stronger together.

Food and Water Watch which meets monthly at Ethical to promote their corporate and government accountability efforts to protect our food and water supply.

Climate Reality Project NYC who educate and catalyze our local community on the realities and urgency of the climate crisis. They inspire action by mobilizing the diversity of people and resources across New York City.

Drawdown NYC who work to stop global warming with solutions that exist today. In order to do this, we must work together to achieve Drawdown, the point when greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere start to decline.