Join Maurisse Johnson as he discusses Solutions Journalism and how Solutions Journalism Network makes an impact. The organization trains journalists to cover how people are responding to problems. It is working to bring solutions journalism to every newsroom worldwide. Maurisse is an orphan, veteran of Gulf War, college grad, father, husband and Christian.
The Ethical Cafe presents Continuing to Unchain Our Minds: A Commemoration of 400 Years of Africans in America. The event will feature Spoken Word, Music and Visual Art, including: ★ Wallace Boyd — Storyteller ★ Music by the Lester Harper Trio ★ “Conscious” Arts & Crafts by Toni Quest When: Friday, June 28th 7:30 – […]
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The American Ethical Union is proud to announce that our 2019 Elliott-Black Award will be presented to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School of Parkland, Florida for being an inspiration and a model for millions of Americans in response to great tragedy. The Elliott-Black Award is the highest honor that the AEU bestows to organizations […]
Upcoming Aging in Place Events Wednesday, June 19, 2 pm – “Criminal Justice” at White Plains Library Prof. Bennett Gershman will enlighten us about Criminal Justice. July (date to be announced) – Elder care attorney Anthony J. Enea will talk about “Accountable Aging: Preparing for the Elder Years.” Writing Group – Informal writing group, led […]
The American Ethical Union (AEU) condemns the passage and signing into law of the Alabama “Human Life Protection Act.” This law, far from honoring human life, profoundly restricts the bodily autonomy of pregnant people; is a bill of rights for rapists and abusers; puts the lives of pregnant people at risk; upends basic moral principles; […]