Words can certainly be hurtful and can, at times, lead to confrontation and even violence. Restricting the capacity to speak can also be hurtful as it closes off opportunities for dialogue and prevents the open exchange of ideas that can encourage greater understanding. As noted by Jonathan Rauch, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, “…painful […]
The Ethical Culture Society has an opening for a part-time Director of their Ethical Education Program for Children to serve grades pre-K through 12. Position Description Status: Part time Hours: 10 hours per week. Specifically, two of these hours will be Sunday morning from 10:15-12:15 when the Ethical Society meets and the Sunday […]
Our spring festival platform was a little different today! A group of us got out in the fresh air today to help the Rye Marshlands Conservancy gear up for spring. We built paths of wood chips (skillfully lined with logs), we picked up litter, and took time to enjoy a gorgeous morning in beautiful surroundings. […]
Many thanks to the Women’s Chorus who sang for us today, great fun and great voices!
Our Ethical Education class recently took a field trip to South Salem to meet some beautiful wolves and learn about the work of the sanctuary!