Join Chicago Ethical Humanist Circle, a chapter of the AHA, on Sunday, December 15th, 2:30 pm for a special talk by AHA Education Coordinator Emily Newman.
Millennials are becoming the largest generation, and are more secular, inclusive, and social justice oriented than previous generations. Despite economic challenges, technological distractions, and societal stereotypes, younger generations are eager to lead change based on their values. Yet they still seek collaboration with older communities and need mentors for guidance to do so. Come explore how we can work together to make a more ethical and caring world.
And join us one hour earlier at 1:30pm for a workshop with Emily about developing your humanist elevator pitch. What do you say when someone asks you what humanism is? What would you say if you were in an elevator and had less than one minute to respond? Join our fun workshop on how to share who we are and what we do.
Both events are FREE and open to all.
About the Speaker
Emily Newman is the Education Coordinator at the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education and Communications Coordinator at the American Ethical Union. She holds a BS in psychology and creative writing as well as an MA in professional writing from Carnegie Mellon University. Emily grew up in Ethical Culture and has been active with the Future of Ethical Societies, National Ethical Service, and Young Humanists International.