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CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER: Ethical Culture as More than a Religion

From: Chris
Sent on: Saturday, February 6, 2010 9:49 AM
The following event was canceled due to weather. Please stay safe and warm this weekend.

What: CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER: Ethical Culture as More than a Religion

When: Sunday, February 7,[masked]:00 AM

Green Hedges School
225 Nutley St NW Vienna
Vienna, VA 22180

DUE TO WEATHER, THE FOLLOWING EVENT IS CANCELED. IF WE CAN ARRANGE ANOTHER DATE WITH THE SPEAKER, IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED: A confirmed secularist for most of his life, Hugh Taft-Morales now calls Ethical Culture his religion. He does so, however, while simultaneously advocating that Ethical Culture is more than a religion. The genius of Felix Adler, founder of the movement, was in placing ethical commitment to the worth of all people above any religious or philosophical characteristics. While Ethical Culture has a humanist religious hearth that offers warm inspiration to many, those not ?religiously minded? need not gather round the fire. In ethical relationships and deed ? independent of any religious claim - is where Ethical Culture lives.

Hugh Taft-Morales is an Intern Leader at Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia. He served as Director of Diversity and Community at the Edmund Burke School from[masked], authored ?The ?Two-Ness? of Blacks and Whites in Independent Schools,? published in The Souls of Black Folk: Centennial Reflections, by Africa World Press (2004). He also appeared on the 2001 television program ?Race and Racism,? an installment of No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed.

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