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Exploring Ugandan Humanist Education

December 3, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Stream on YouTube

The Ugandan students and schools the Ethical Society supports are full of strength, resilience, and hope. Come learn about the recent developments at the Uganda Humanist Schools and leave inspired by the schools’ and students’ promising futures. Note: The Ethical Society community currently supports 36 female high-school students with full boarding scholarships ($525/yr) and provides reusable menstrual supplies for all menstruating students in the primary and secondary schools. If you would like to make a donation to benefit the schools and you cannot attend the platform, please contact Krystal White at krystalsnowhite@gmail.com or Nancy Jelinek at njelinek@ethicalstl.org.

Details

Date:
December 3, 2023
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Venue

Auditorium
9001 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO 63117
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Phone
314.991.0955

Organizer

EthicalStL

Speaker

Member Krystal White, servant-leader
Member Krystal White self-identifies as a servant-leader and can be found around the Ethical Society chairing Platform, singing in the Justice Choir or with The Ethical Band, and coordinating service projects. In the recent past, she co-chaired the End Racism Team and served on the boards of the Ethical Society, Ethical Society Nursery School, Abortion Action MO (then NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri), and the Uganda Humanist Schools Trust. She endeavors to put her ethics into daily action and to do good with her time and energy.

Music

Patrick Rafferty, active performer and teacher
Description:



This Platform will feature music from Patrick Rafferty, an active performer and teacher. He concertizes across the Midwest and teaches in a variety of studio and classroom settings across the area. A polished interpreter of the traditional guitar repertoire, he is equally at home in a wide range of popular and world music styles. Patrick has extended his interests to early guitar repertoire with a focus on Baroque guitar, 19th century guitars and the music that was written for them. Patrick currently serves on the guitar faculty of Southeast Missouri State University, Saint Louis University, and the Community Music School of Webster University.