BSEC has Hope

By Kim Brandon Thank you BSEC members for contributing such delicious food and volunteering for the Hope Dinner’s Thanksgiving dinner bags.This was the 29th Hope Thanksgiving dinner and the 35 dinner bags were overstuffed with wonderful cooked food and baked goods. ...

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Postcarding to Voters (with pictures)

Postcarding to Voters (with pictures)

This past Tuesday, August 2nd, we had a Postcards to Voters - Community Day event at our building, organized by our Communications Committee. The event was outdoors and we had refreshments, a delightful brass band, Honk NYC, playing in our yard, and warm and dedicated...

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BSEC Members’ Blog

BSEC Members BlogDISCLAIMER: The articles are published as submitted by the authors who hold the intellectual rights and take full responsibility for the content.  They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of BSEC.  BSEC takes no responsibility or liability for...

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EFC student fostering a puppy!

Our Ethics for Children student Westley Miller shared some exciting news this summer: His family is fostering a puppy! It has been really special hearing about his experience, so we asked him to share about it for our blog. ------------ We are currently fostering a...

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My 9/11 by Muriel Tillinghast (Members Blog)

My 9/11 by Muriel Tillinghast (Members Blog)

I have written about this elsewhere, but I will commit to writing about it now.  I can remember the day it happened  It was a Tuesday morning.  It was a day to remember not only because of the events that unfolded, but because it was an exceptionally beautiful...

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Covid- Virus Update/Uptick (Members Blog)

By Muriel Tillinghast As you can see, most of the Northeast and upper Midwest, as well as much of the West, have only “moderate” or “low” transmission."  But it looks to me like except for these areas, the rest of the country is off the chain and we are heading into...

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Conference

Conference

Enslaved Blacks, Native Peoples and Allied Others in the Frenzy of American Expansionism.Barely twenty years after the American Revolution, racially dominant interests turned internally to securing wholesale the country's physical land space and harnessing its...

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Statement on Anti-Asian Bigotry and Violence

Statement on Anti-Asian Bigotry and Violence March 10, 2021 The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture denounces the increasing instances of bias, violence, and hate crimes toward Asian and Asian American individuals, both in the United States and in other countries. In...

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Our Ethics for Children Program 2019-2020

As we look at our past year with so much joy and amazing moments, it becomes clear that to create new moments this coming year will require a re-invention of how our program works, at least in the near future. We look at our program last year as we are filled with...

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Reusable Solutions ( Zero Waste)

Reusable Solutions ( Zero Waste)

We had a wonderful platform on August 2nd, 2020, about reusable solutions with Ben Kogan. Ben and some of our members and visitors shared a few links of resources to help us reduce waste and support our planet. They can be found below: Break Free from Plastic Bill:...

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