Join us for a special expanded edition of our regular monthly meeting as we watch video presentations from the 78th Annual American Humanist Association Conference.
For the first time, the AHA will be streaming their conference online. We will have some light breakfast items along with juice and coffee.
Here is the schedule for our special day June 8th starting at 9 AM:
Sheldon Krimsky: Genetic Editing of Embryos: Ethical Considerations
Paul Golin: Why Are There So Many Jewish Atheists and Agnostics? And Why Do So Few Call Themselves Humanists (Yet)?
Kim Newton: Growing the Next Generation of Humanist Changemakers
Jay Wexler: Our Non-Christian Nation: How Atheists, Satanists, Wiccans and Others are Demanding Their Place in Public Life
Donna Forsythe: Humanist Celebrants and Secular Life-Cycle Celebrations
12:00pm-1:00pm* Award Ceremony/Lunch*
Leighann Lord, Humanist Arts Award and Salman Rushdie, Humanist of the Year Award (prerecorded video)
*During this time, feel free to brown bag or leave for lunch. No meal prep or storage options available.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
We will reconvene for the SHoWLE regular monthly meeting consisting of what will surely be a lively discussion of the morning programming. (Light refreshments & of course COOKIES)
***Note the library doesn’t open until 9 AM so we will be starting a little later than 9 AM.
The AHA conference is June 7th through the 9th with programs streaming on the web each day. For more info on the conference and to register (although it isn’t required to join us on Saturday) go to:
During the conference portion of the time (9 am to noon), you can come for one, two, or all the scheduled presentations. Or if you can’t be with us before 1 PM then feel free to just come for our group meeting at 1. We won’t lock the doors at 9 AM 🙂