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Our October 2015 newsletter is now available for download on our newsletter page.

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Upcoming meetings (at USNH, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, Link to map of USNH location unless otherwise noted)

When What
Saturday, October 3rd
2:30 PM

Humanist Conversations: Inequality for All

We will watch and discuss the 2013 documentary "Inequality for All", which features Robert Reich.

This meeting will be held at the Wilson Branch of the New Haven Free Public Library, 303 Washington Ave, New Haven. There is free parking behind the library off Daggett Street, which is one-way from Congress Ave.

The entrance to the library is at the corner of Daggett Street and Washington Ave. We will be downstairs in the Family Place room.

Monday, October 5th
7:00 PM
New Haven area social dinner at Turkish Kebab House, 1157 Campbell Ave., West Haven Link to map of Turkish Kebab House restaurant location.
Sunday, October 11th
3:00 PM

Monthly Meeting: Chris Stedman – Can you Really Love Your Enemies?

Chris Stedman, author and Executive Director of the Yale Humanist Community will talk about the idea of forgiving your enemies, which appears in multiple cultures.

We will start the afternoon with half an hour of coffee and conversation at 3:00 PM. Chris's talk will follow brief announcements at 3:30 PM.

Saturday, October 17th
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Book Discussion Group: It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis.

We will discuss “It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis.

Copies of the book are widely available in public libraries in Connecticut, and at local and online booksellers.

A list of books we will be discussing during the remainder of the year are on our Meetup site.

Sunday, October 27th
2:30 PM

October board and standing committee meetings.

All members are welcome to attend.


Dinners: If you're planning to attend one of our social dinners, please RSVP to editor@cthumanist.org, so we can give the restaurant a rough head count.

You can RSVP for the dinners and most HAC events via meetup.com.

Titles selected for our book discussions can be found in most local libraries or ordered from bookstores such as Barnes and Noble.

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