A Better Future for All; Kate Lovelady, Leader

Both today’s gift-lists and the visions of futurists tend to fix on technological marvels, which can sometimes distract us from the ethical questions of how “progress” can or should be measured, and shared. As we enter the major gift-giving season, a time that at its best is meant to highlight the values of thoughtfulness and generosity, we will explore the broader question, What would actually make our lives and others’ lives better? We’ll also see a concrete example of a shared better future with an update, including pictures, from our international ethical action project: the support of female scholarship students at the pioneering Ugandan Humanist Schools.