Newsletter: Week of May 14, 2018

From the Director of Community Development

Sarah Chandonnet
 

This Sunday, j oin Greg Epstein, Humanist Chaplain at Harvard and MIT, bestselling author of Good Without God, and Humanist Hub Executive Director, for our final formal Sunday program at 30 JFK Street (and until September). 

We'd love to see you at this special celebration also featuring the Humanist Hub staff, lots of music from our wonderful Music Director Antje Duvekot, food from Mike's Pastry, Otto, and more. For full details, see:  humanisthub.org/transition 

Sunday, May 20, 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street.  See more on Facebook, too. 






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Announcements
Greg in The Atlantic
Greg was featured in an interview with The Atlantic, talking about his upcoming work with MIT humanist students. Read the interview here.
Information Week
An in-depth piece on the role of the new MIT humanist chaplain, ethics in tech, and what this means for future innovators. Read it here.
AIDS Walk
Join the Hub community as we walk together in the AIDS walk on Sunday, June 3.  Read more here.
Pride March
The  Values  in Action committee invites you to join them at Pride March on June 9! More info coming soon (check here and on Facebook.)
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