“We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it” only took the gay rights movement so far — but the struggle for equal rights in love and marriage has generated a tidal wave of positive political and social change. Might Humanists experience a similar revival with increased focus on our belief in secular love and compassion?
In this exclusive HCH event, Herb Silverman, President of the Secular Coalition for America and David Niose, the President of the American Humanist Association, (two of the biggest organizations representing nonreligious Americans) join forces to tackle this question, while each debuting their new books exploring secularism and US politics.
This event is presented as part of the ongoing 2012-2013 distinguished speaker series “An Ethic of Love.”
Sunday, October 14, 1:30pm at the Harvard Science Center (One Oxford Street) Hall E. The Humanist Mindfulness Group will host meditation at 12 Eliot Street at 3:00pm.
Come early for free brunch at 12:30.
As part of our Fall 2012 Humanist Learning Lab pilot, free childcare will be offered at all “An Ethic of Love” events. We have also reserved a limited number of free parking spots in the Littauer Lot — first come, first served.