Newsletter: Week of October 17, 2016

From the Program Director

Sarah Chandonnet

This Sunday, j oin us as we welcome Shaun King for a conversation about racial justice in the 21st century, and what the nonreligious community needs to know.

At the Hub, one of our priorities is to act to make the world better, and one of our goals for this year is to learn more about how the nonreligious community can become a more effective force for social justice.

Shaun King is the Senior Justice Writer for the  New York Daily News. He is widely known as a prominent voice in the Movement for Black Lives, and is quickly becoming known as one of the  leading advocates for social justice in the world today. 

This event was so popular we needed to move it to the largest venue available to us on campus (Harvard Science Center). Therefore there will be no program in the Hub on Sunday 10/23, but you can stop in to watch the event on Facebook live. The event is sold out, but you can get on the waitlist here.
Upcoming Programs

Oct 30: Vanessa Zoltan: Grieving the Lives We Will Not Live There are a famous "4 stages to grief" when something traumatic happens. But how do we grieve for the constant, everyday losses? Join us for a conversation with Assistant Humanist Chaplain Vanessa Zoltan. 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street.

Nov 6: Greg Epstein: The Most Powerful Word in the World
Join Humanist Chaplain at Harvard Greg Epstein for his monthly talk at the Hub: with music, poetry, discussion circles, food, and more. 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street. Read more here.

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Get Involved!
Music Program Sunday 10/30 
Join Hub Music Director Antje Duvekot for a sing-along at 1:00, immediately before the 1:30 event. Read more here.
October Town Hall
Join us after the event on October 30 at 3:30pm for the Fall Humanist Hub town hall. We will have short staff presentations and Q&A from you! Read more here.
Watch: 10/16 Racial Justice Panel
Visit our Facebook page to watch last weekend's Humanism & Racial Justice panel, as well as all of our past speakers here.
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