Join the NYC+ PANDAS/PANS Awareness Group – Friday, June 1, 2018 – 7:30 PM According to the National Institute of Mental Health, as many as 1 in 200 children in the US may suffer from PANDAS/PANS, a post infectious autoimmune encephalitis caused by streptococcus. Many of these children are misdiagnosed and mislabeled as having psychiatric and […]
Relive childhood fun with games that aren’t apps or online. Join us Sunday, April 15th for a new event: Let’s Play Street Game! A free intergenerational event rain or shine. Bring the kids and grandkids to play and experience the games you played in your childhood like hula-hoops, double dutch, jacks, yo-yos, handball, marbles, skelly […]
The event will take place as planned today, Saturday, March 10, at 2 p.m. at the Ethical Culture Society of Westchester. Surveillance, Profiling, FOIL, the Glomar response, the Handschu agreement, RLUIPA — Some of these are familiar terms, others may be complete mysteries. All are involved in recent court cases that have particularly affected Muslims and communities of color, […]
Fri Sept 22 – 8 pm – ReZist! – A Coffee House Concert with Roy Zimmerman Join us for coffee, dessert and laughter with the timely satirical songs of Roy Zimmerman. ReZist! is 90 minutes of Roy’s original songs–a funny and forceful affirmation of Peach and Social Justice. Roy has shared stages with John Oliver, Bill […]
The Winter Festival is always such a fun gathering. We have our candle ceremony, music, the final part of the box party and good food. Here are a few pictures from tonight’s event:
Some pictures from December’s ‘first film’ ‘Out of Cordoba’ with director Jacob Bender!
Many thanks to Ling Tsou of United for Action, for her presentation on the impacts of fracking in New York State and beyond. Thank you, Ling also for the rallying call/pep talk and homework for us to do – sure beats worrying but doing nothing about it! Check out United for action’s webpage and our […]
On Sunday, February 2nd, ECSW was host of the 10th Annual Interreligious Prayer Service for Peace and Justice Representatives of Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Baha’i, Christian, Native American and, for the first time, Humanist, traditions came together to recite universal prayers or statements for peace and justice. Our Leader, Bart Worden, represented Ethical Humanism with a […]