Category: Utah Humanist

Chapter Happenings Community Partnership Announcement At our Annual Banquet and Chapter Business Meeting on Thursday, December 8, we will be pleased to welcome a presenter from the Volunteers of America’s Youth Resource Center—they will give a presentation to our group …

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Thomas Paine We screened The Life of Thomas Paine, a film produced by the Thomas Paine Society at our October general meeting. Their web site says, “Thomas Paine was the one truly radical Founding Father of America, a man who …

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October 2016 The Changing Roll of Religion in Modern Society October 2016 George Pyle, editorial writer and columnist for the Salt Lake Tribune was guest speaker at our September monthly meeting. He began the discussion by describing the situation in …

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September 2016 Whose Ground? Excerpted from Patricia Williams’ article in The Nation (Aug. 29/Sept.5, 2016) of the same name because rational thought should supersede a panic response for all of us, especially humanists. He looked dangerous. He looked like a …

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August 2016 How We Almost Lost the Salt Lake Tribune Ted McDonough spoke to us in July. He is on the Board of the Utah Newspaper Project (dba Citizens for Two Voices) Ted was born and bred in SLC. He …

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