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So much happens during the week that it can be difficult to keep track of or even make sense of it all. Every Saturday evening we get together (on Zoom) to discuss current events from a Secular and Ethical Humanist perspective.
Come for a well-curated and moderated discussion that varies from fluff to deeply engaging topics all harvested from the headlines of the day.
Humanists are known for our compulsion to talk and argue for social justice and human rights. This is your chance to do so, make friends, and have some great laughs.
We cover a lot of ground over the course of four hours so feel free to pop in (or take off at anytime).
We continue our discussion of Humanism and Freethought with a community play reading of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible."
Where Miller parallels the cold war era suspicion of neighbor against neighbor, additional steams of thought mark a connection to today's lack of civic cohesion and community-based angst.
Join the Humanist Association of San Diego for another community play reading similar to the format that we held for "Inherit the Wind"
This is going to be a hell of a lot of fun and on Zoom!
Also, if you are in San Diego and would like to meet up in person for the play reading, we will be holding it at Jason's living room (where we always have the weekly humanist backyard dinner,[masked]th Ave, text/call for gate code and directions at the complex).
Sunday October 17th at 1pm PDT
Every organization has some housekeeping to do.
The Humanist Association has been around since 1970 and we are putting a lot of work into building it up. Every Tuesday at 7pm we hold a leadership and strategy meeting to go over upcoming events, projects, assess how the organization is doing, and to brainstorm on how to better serve our community.
We open these meetings so everyone has an opportunity to help grow our group and to have your interests and efforts reflected in what we do. We're a democracy and your voice is important.
For those of you who wish to get more involved at the administrative and leadership levels, this is your chance to help out and leave your mark on the direction of our community.
Every Wednesday at 7 pm join your LGBTQIA Humanist friends from across the country as we get together to talk about LGBT issues, our lives, and just be together on Zoom.
It's a lot of fun and a great space for LGBTQIA and gender nonbinary folks to meetup and have a place to talk about what matters to us.