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Susan Campbell: Where from Here? Thoughts on the Midterms
Hartford Area Humanists next monthly meeting will be on Tuesday, November 26, at the Wood-n-Tap in Rocky Hill. This month, our guest speaker will be writer and columnist Susan Campbell, who will share her thoughts on the status of "The Resistance" post mid-term elections. Susan is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a widely read Hartford Courant columnist, and the author of two books with a third forthcoming. She’s worked across the media landscape as an award-winning print journalist, a regular commentator on WNPR, and a guest on CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” the BBC, WTNH-TV, and the local news show “Face the State.” She is also part of the Connecticut Health Investigative Team, an award-winning health and safety website. Her work at The Courant – where she was a staff writer and columnist for 25 years and is currently a freelance columnist – has been recognized by the National Women’s Political Caucus, the New England Associated Press News Executives, the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and the Society for Professional Journalists, among numerous other organizations. She’s also written for Connecticut Magazine,, the Ms. Foundation blog, and This event is free and open to the public. Food and beverage may be purchased from Wood 'N Tap from the menu.


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We are a community of Humanists, most of whom live in the Greater Hartford area. We organize social events, discussion groups, dinner meetings with guest speakers, outdoor activities, and philanthropic endeavors. As a community, we seek to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.

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