December 10, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
53 Prospect Park West
NY 11215
Sunday Platform Meeting: The Declaration of Human Rights Today @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
In this time of chaos can we individually and collectively uphold the rights of all? Do we do this in our daily lives with those we deem “less than?” As ethical people (spiritually and professionally) are we doing all we can to bring out the AWESOME nature of all and of ourselves? Questions to consider while we challenge the acts of those we deem outside of us.
Presentation by Lujira Cooper.
As a writer she has over twenty years of experience which includes writing for the Daily Challenge, New York’s only black daily newspaper, and two jazz newsletters Pumpkins Patches and Jazz 966. Yearly she reads at SAGE midtown’s Transgender Day of Remembrance.  At SAGE’s annual gala she was the “constituent speaker.” She’s on the Board of Trustees at the Brooklyn Society and sits on SAGE midtown’s Advisory Council where she volunteers in the cyber center and runs a weekly play shop for writers. She is a member of Brooklyn Writers and outgrowth of the Brooklyn Society.