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THX 1138, Coffee & Conversation, & Tropic of Cancer-What's Coming up this week from the HASD

From: Jason F.
Sent on: Monday, January 4, 2010 10:38 PM
What is the value of an individual in a repressive state? In George Lucas's first film this issue critical to the Humanist Philosophy is expressed.


Vernon Tisdall leads the new and improved REEL Humanism!
REEL Humanism examines Humanist themes through Cinema.
Join us Tuesday Night at Libertalia [masked]th Ave) at 7 pm as we discuss the value of and rights of the individual in a altogether repressive state.

Saturday we are returning to Libertalia for Coffee & Conversation at 5 pm. Stay Tuned for this weeks topics.

Also for the new year we are starting a project that we have been talking about for years.
Banned books are usually banned for the very reasons that they exist: they make us think.
Every other Monday Join us at Babycakes in Hillcrest for HASD's Biweekly Banned Books meeting.

This coming Monday (1/11) Join us for a discussion on Henry MIller's Tropic of Cancer.

See you tomorrow and as always have a great week
-Jason
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Humanist Association of San Diego
P.O. Box 3653
San Diego, CA 92163
(619)[masked]
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sdhumanist.org

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