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Celebrating Diversity in Unison Concert 7:00 pm
Celebrating Diversity in Unison Concert
Apr 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebrating Diversity in Unison Concert @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
Come join us for a fundraiser for the accessibility of 53 Prospect Park West for a night of folk music of the common people, with a foundation of gospel, blues and country and a little[...]
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Wholeness: One Is Not Enough 11:00 am
Wholeness: One Is Not Enough
Apr 7 @ 11:00 am
Wholeness: One Is Not Enough @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
No person survives completely alone.  We are not whole without our connections to others. Who we are and what we become are influenced by people around us, from parents to friends to community members.  These[...]
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I Hear Voices 11:00 am
I Hear Voices
Apr 14 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
I Hear Voices @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
The Brooklyn Society Writers will celebrate Poetry month by presenting different voices. Join us for poems, music, flash fiction. We’ll be sure to give your mind much to ponder and provoke cerebellum thoughts. Be prepared[...]
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The Elusive Art of Wholeness 11:00 am
The Elusive Art of Wholeness
Apr 21 @ 11:00 am
The Elusive Art of Wholeness @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
While wholeness is not complete without human connections, there are also many ways in which we can work on our own healing and wholeness.  It’s more art than science though science can provide some insights.[...]
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Atheism and the Alt-Right: A Horrible Confluence 11:00 am
Atheism and the Alt-Right: A Horrible Confluence
Apr 28 @ 11:00 am
Atheism and the Alt-Right: A Horrible Confluence @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
The atheist community is often assumed be liberal. But in the past decades, prominent atheist and self-styled “pro-science” writers like Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, and the late Christopher Hitchens have embraced views on race, gender,[...]
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