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Sunday, Sep. 8 @ 10:00am
We used to have speakerless Speaker Meetings regularly, but it's been quite a while. Those who remember have asked us to bring it back. So here it is!
Sunday, Aug. 25 @ 10:00am
Join us in a discussion with Carl Parrish of Represent.Us and Terry Goddard of Outlaw Dirty Money 2020, to learn about how Arizona’s anti-corruption battle might help to “Unbreak America”.
Sunday, Aug. 11 @ 10:00am
Tempe's Chief of Police, Sylvia Moir, will discuss how her department strives to implement fair policing strategies to prevent crime in Tempe neighborhoods.
Sunday, Jul. 28 @ 10:00am
Jason Gillette, who has become a community leader after a lifetime of working in service to others, will discuss Race and Cultural Relativism to help us, as Humanists, make a difference.
Sunday, Jul. 14 @ 7:00am
Rekha Nair, a first-generation immigrant who grew up in Mesa, Arizona, will discuss issues related to asylum seekers in Arizona that will include their reasons for fleeing to seek asylum in the United States and the systems that affect them once they arrive.
Sunday, Jun. 23 @ 10:00am
A Catholic, an Atheist and an Anti-cleric provide three different answers to important moral questions and dilemmas.
Sunday, Jun. 9 @ 10:00am
During this presentation we will learn all about Arizona's water supply system, how it's being managed in consideration of the effects of climate change, and what’s in the future for our water supply.
Sunday, May. 19 @ 10:00am
This meeting is dedicated to getting to know our new Executive Director Luke Douglas. Bring your questions!
Sunday, May. 5 @ 10:00am
We will travel through time and space as he explains the impact that natural disasters, such as tectonic shifts, killer meteors, and Teddy Roosevelt can have on us through organisms we can’t see.
Sunday, Apr. 21 @ 10:00am
Save Our Schools: Fact-based and non-partisan, this presentation covers the importance of strong public schools to a strong state economy, as well as the ways that privatization has siphoned funds our schools desperately need.
Sunday, Apr. 7 @ 10:00am
In this overview of his book series Science Fiction: The Evolutionary Mythology of the Future, Thomas Lombardo offers a panoramic vision of the evolution of science fiction, set within the history of culture, science, and philosophy.
Sunday, Mar. 24 @ 10:00am
The Right to a Death with Dignity: The Human Rights Issue of the 21st Century.
Sunday, Mar. 10 @ 10:00am
Making America Great Again: Is Trump's Interpretation of the Constitution the Way to Go?
Sunday, Feb. 24 @ 10:00am
Like other government agencies, the importance of public health is easy to overlook because it operates so well.
Sunday, Jan. 27 @ 10:00am
Experience the Criminal Justice System and its inequities through the ACLU of Arizona’s Smart Justice Welcome Session
Sunday, Jan. 13 @ 10:00am
How do we as Humanists acknowledge and commemorate life cycles, holidays and other seasonal events? What does it mean to be thankful in a natural and ethical way?
Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018 @ 10:00am
Using evolutionary science to find fulfilment in a world full of selfish narcissists, naive do-gooders, and robo-parasites.
Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018 @ 10:00am
You may have heard the news about the leadership's plans to hire an Executive Director for HSGP! Well it’s true! We discussed it at two town hall meetings, in emails, and with several of you individually, and now we are making it official.
Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018 @ 10:00am
Automation is here! But is automation good for our world, communities, and Humanist cause?
Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018 @ 10:00am
We have all read and heard about refugees fleeing their homes all over the world, but what do we really know about them?