The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens
The watchwords in the Enlightenment and the Protestant Reformation were “rights” and “freedom.” Now in a time of social division, international trauma, and environmental crisis we might take another look at “What are our obligations as citizens.”
Richard Haas, president of the nonpartisan Council of Foreign Relations of New York City, in his just released book proposes a “Bill of Obligations” to save our democracy and meet the challenges ahead. Herman Greene, retired lawyer and ordained minister, will lead a six-week discussion on the book.
Purchase of the book, The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens, is encouraged but not required.
Offered person in-person in the Lounge and via Zoom.