Meet Patty, an author, radio host, environmental activist, and the latest in our Ethical Humans series exploring the impact of ethics in society. Ever since she was five years old, Patty has been interested in the environment. She collected butterflies in her backyard and was always growing a new plant. Since then, she has turned her childhood passion into her life’s work.
CUNY TV's Study With The Best stopped by to learn about Humanism, our founding and history, our activism, and our unique youth and family programming. Watch now!
Meet Steven, teacher of government, economics and sociology at Park East High School in East Harlem and member of the New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Join us for a showing of Al Gore's new film, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power" on November 8, 7:00pm to 9:00pm, presented by the 350NYC Climate Education Working Group and the New York Society for Ethical Culture.
Meet Jinah Nicole Parker and the cast of SHE, a choreoplay that sheds light on sexual violence against women and girls and offers solutions through a mix of dance, drama, music and film. The cast of SHE is back in New York rehearsing for their next round of performances – this time taking place at the New York Society for Ethical Culture this week.
Before election day, join Ethical as two experts debate the pros and cons of holding a state constitutional convention.
Mita Carriman rarely thought about death until she lost two of her parents in less than two years. During this time, she was not only dealing with immense grief but also the financial burdens of burying a loved one. Not one to rest until a problem is solved, Mita yearned for technology that offered a dignified, easy and elegant way to ease these burdens.