Newsletter: Week of Nov 6, 2017

From the Program Director

Sarah Chandonnet

This Sunday, join us for a conversation between Humanist Chaplain at Harvard Greg Epstein and Faisal Saeed al Mutar on Humanism, Liberalism, and the Paradox of Islam.

Faisal is an Iraqi born human rights activist and the president the newly launched organization Ideas Beyond Borders. The mission of Ideas Beyond Borders is to promote the free exchange of ideas and defends human rights through education, building partnerships, research, and technology to counter extremist narratives and authoritarian institutions. 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street. Read more here.
Upcoming Programs
Thursday, Nov 16: Jill Abramson Truth in an Era of Fake News
The former executive editor of the New York Times, Ms. Abramson is the first and only woman  ever to lead the Times and is a current Harvard Professor. This event will also feature a celebration of our organization's 40th anniversary! 7:00-9:00pm, 30 JFK Street. Read more here  Purchase tickets here.

Nov 19: Ann Druyan: Harvard Humanist of the Year Award
The Humanist Hub is delighted to present our 2017 Harvard Humanist of the Year to Ann Druyan, writer and producer for Cosmos, and outspoken science advocate.  We deeply admire her vast body of work including both landmark Cosmos series; her commitment to spreading humanist values through popular culture; and her steadfast support of science and reason in civic life. 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street. Read more here.

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11/12: Second Fall Town Hall
3pm: Join us for a second town hall, where we'll have fundraising updates and time for Q&A. Read more here.
11/19: BQL Family Morning Program
10:30am: Join us for a special morning program, with concurrent BQL (our secular Sunday school) class! Read more here.
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