CFI-Harlem is a local discussion group of the Center for Inquiry in New York City. CFI-Harlem offers an opportunity to put your principles into practice by joining other rationalists and freethinkers to work for positive change in society. We organize a monthly meeting and occasional intellectual programming.
Promoting reason; opposing superstition in the community.
Our lively, knowledgeable discussions about many topics mostly related to secular issues and the community are on the last Sunday of every month, except for November and December, when the group does not meet.
Meetings run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
This month's meeting, will be a chance to touch base before fall schedules make many of our regular folk (especially our educators) distracted for months and a great chance to share ideas before the electoral comedy ramps up to absurdist tragedy.
Our discussion theme this month is Activist Humanism. And vice versa.
We'll be joined for the first part of our meeting by long time Harlem secularist and activist Nellie Hester Bailey. Then she'll leave us to go downtown and literally continue her activism; and we'll turn our attention to the potentials for action we can see locally, nationally and internationally.
We'll also look at new stories for the "This redefines delusion - Bat-$h#t Crazy - file". Bring you're own recent news items.