How do we raise ethically-minded children?
Now with the second pilot year of the Humanist Learning Lab, our secular Sunday school, coming to a close, this is a question our community thinks about a lot.
On Sunday, May 18, join local journalist Katherine Ozment for a panel discussion.
Katherine will be joined by Richard Weissbourd, a lecturer at the Harvard School of Education and the Kennedy School of Government and author of The Parents We Mean to Be: How Well-Intentioned Adults Undermine Children's Moral and Emotional Development, and Christine Gross-Loh, Atlantic columnist and author of several books, most recently Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us. The authors will share their thoughts about how morals are developed at home and in school and why this topic is especially important today.
*Important notice: Our elevator is currently under construction and will not be available for use at this event.
Do you value reason, compassion, creativity, justice, integrity, awareness, environmentalism, feminism, equality, science, progress, and pluralism? Join us here at the Humanist Community at Harvard (a 501c3 nonprofit that aims to build and educate a diverse community of the nonreligious at Harvard and in Cambridge) for music, speakers, good folks, and more. Free and open to the public -- no Harvard affiliation needed.
See all of our spring programs here: