Sunday Platform
June 17, 2018

“The Ethical Implications of Thinking Inside of Boxes”

Psychological essentialism is a well-documented cognitive tendency or mental shortcut that underlies racism, sexism, and political tribalism.

Sunday Platform
June 10, 2018

“Coast to Coast and Host to Host: Our Cross-Country Home-Hospitality Bicycle Adventure”

Max Romano and Maya Kosok will share stories from their 2010 tandem cross-country bike adventure.

Sunday Platform
June 3, 2018

“What You Always Wanted To Know About BES Finances But Were Too Polite To Ask”

A discussion of the BES budget. Our sources of revenue and what we spend it on. The annual “Tax Letter” to members from the Treasurer and other information that members may request from the Treasurer.

May 27, 2018

Memorial Day Weekend Picnic

Join us for food, fun, and fellowship following the regular Sunday program.

Sunday Platform
May 27, 2018

“Remembrance Sunday”

On Remembrance Sunday we gather to remember those who have died in the last year or before, and whose lives and work have made a positive impact.

May 26, 2018

Morning Coffee & Book Discussion

This month we will be discussing How Democracies Die, by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt.

May 23, 2018

Baltimore Museum of Art: Sacred Spring

Please join us at the exhibit Sacred Spring: Vienna Secession Posters from the Collection of LeRoy E. Hoffberger and Paula Gately Tillman Hoffberger.

Sunday Platform
May 20, 2018

“Bye Bye Congress Hotel, Hello VLP!”

The Baltimore Ethical Society is moving to our new home at the Village Learning Place (VLP).

Sunday Platform
May 13, 2018

“Are we Owners, Stewards, or Children of the Earth?”

How should we relate to our planet? Ethical Culture, and humanism in general, has been criticized for being too humano-centric.

May 12, 2018

NCR Trail Hike

The trail is flat and paved, an easy 4 miles. We can go that far, or simply turn back whenever we care to, the trail goes much further.

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