The 2018-2019 Seminar Series will include a special set of presentations on Quakerism, sessions on current parenting topics, and sessions on issues related to social justice. See below for specific events and registrations.
Live Performance - beheard.world
On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, Cambridge Friends School enjoyed a contemporary dance event with beheard.world. Beheard.world, a dance troupe that focuses on movement and poetry to explore racism in America, was founded by professional dancer, Anna Myer, CFS Class of 1970.
Encouraging Self-Esteem and Managing Anxiety in Students
Over 40 people joined Cambridge Friends School on Tuesday, March 26. 2019 to hear Patricia Lotterman, LMHC, discuss concrete ways for parents to help their children:
- Develop healthy self-esteem
- Bounce back from negativity and the hard knocks of life
- Find their center in the face of conflict and chaos
- Seek challenge, live their dreams, and have healthy, fulfilling relationships
No Ashes in the Fire - Race in America with Darnell Moore and Jack Hill
On Thursday, April 4, over 100 community members engaged in a discussion of race and racial experiences in America with author Darnell Moore and CFS Head of Middle School and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Jack Hill.
On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 CFS welcomed Dr. Jill Walsh to discuss coming of age in the digital era. Jill provided background on today's social media landscape, cyber-bullying, and real-world tips and tricks for parents to keep their children safe online.
White Fragility - A Discussion with Robin DiAngelo and Jack Hill
On Thursday, October 25, over 250 guests attended a session with New York Times bestselling author Robin DiAngelo and CFS Head of Middle School and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Jack Hill around Robin's recent book, White Fragility. Through intense and thoughtful conversation, the audience contemplated the concept of white fragility and why it is so hard for white people to talk about race in America.
Quakers in Action Today
On Tuesday, September 25 from 6:30-8:00 pm community members enjoyed an evening with Jackie Stillwell from Right Sharing of World Resources. Learn how this important organization is working to impact the lives of marginalized women all over the world.
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