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Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

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African American History in Ten Supreme Court Cases

Online Event

Retired teacher Mike Radow will consider aspects of American History that most of us did not learn in school. We will examine landmark Supreme Court cases in historical context and look at their implications for today. The format will be brief lecture with a focus on discussion in large group and in breakout rooms for richer interaction. Session 1 will cover 1850-1885. Session 2 will cover 1895- 2015.

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Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

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Transforming Hearts Collective

Online Event

This course is for individuals who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming of the full breadth of gender diversity. 

Recurring

African American History in Ten Supreme Court Cases

Online Event

Retired teacher Mike Radow will consider aspects of American History that most of us did not learn in school. We will examine landmark Supreme Court cases in historical context and look at their implications for today. The format will be brief lecture with a focus on discussion in large group and in breakout rooms for richer interaction. Session 1 will cover 1850-1885. Session 2 will cover 1895- 2015.

Recurring

Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

Recurring

Transforming Hearts Collective

Online Event

This course is for individuals who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming of the full breadth of gender diversity. 

Fourth Wednesday Book Club: Bluest Eyes

Online Event

Please join us to discuss The Bluest Eyes by Toni Morrison. The novel takes place in Lorain, Ohio (Morrison's hometown), and tells the story of a young African-American girl named Pecola who grew up following the Great Depression. Set in 1941, the story is about how she is consistently regarded as “ugly” due to her mannerisms and dark skin. As a result, she develops an inferiority complex, which fuels her desire for the blue eyes she equates with “whiteness.”

Recurring

African American History in Ten Supreme Court Cases

Online Event

Retired teacher Mike Radow will consider aspects of American History that most of us did not learn in school. We will examine landmark Supreme Court cases in historical context and look at their implications for today. The format will be brief lecture with a focus on discussion in large group and in breakout rooms for richer interaction. Session 1 will cover 1850-1885. Session 2 will cover 1895- 2015.

Recurring

Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

Meaningful Movies: Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World

Online Event

Join us for a screening of Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World, a powerful documentary about five Native American communities as they restore their traditional land management practices in the face of a changing climate. From deserts, coastlines, forests, mountains, and prairies, Native communities across the US are restoring their ancient relationships with the land. The five stories include sustaining traditions of Hopi dryland farming in Arizona; restoring buffalo to the Blackfoot reservation in Montana; maintaining sustainable forestry on the Menominee reservation in Wisconsin; reviving native food forests in Hawaii; and returning prescribed fire to the landscape by the Karuk Tribe of California. We’ll have a lively discussion immediately after the film, so grab a snack and join this family-friendly screening! See you at the movies!

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Transforming Hearts Collective

Online Event

This course is for individuals who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming of the full breadth of gender diversity. 

Recurring

Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.

Recurring

Transforming Hearts Collective

Online Event

This course is for individuals who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming of the full breadth of gender diversity. 

Recurring

Turning Points in Modern History

Online Event

Some of the events presented in Turning Points in Modern History, including the discovery of the New World and the fall of the Berlin Wall, will immediately resonate as watershed moments. The global significance of other pivotal events may only become apparent through the professor's guidance, such as the publication of the Enlightenment-era Encyclopédie and the Russo-Japanese War—which has been historically overshadowed by the two world wars that followed.