Mindful Monday Forum
In the age of Coronavirus and virtual community,
Forum is moving to a new day and time!
Timely topics are presented by renowned thought leaders from around the globe, as well as experts from within our congregation. The Mindful Monday Forum will held alternating Monday evenings from October through May. Forum starts at 7:00 PM online using Zoom. The format involves a 40-minute presentation with the remaining time allotted for questions and answers.
The 2020-2021 schedule is listed below.
Get Ready to Vote in the November Election
October 19. Suzanne Low, JD League of Women Voters
View Suzanne's presentation using the link above.
November 9. Dr. Peter Bergerson,
Professor of Political Science at FGCU and Kate Howard, JD
November 23 Bill Korson
President of the Greater Naples Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism
Watch the recorded presentation here.
December 7. Antoine Patton and his daughter Jay-Jay
Connecting tens of thousands of children to their incarcerated parents through the Photo Patch Foundation.
December 21 David Hinds, Theresa Shaw, Brian Tunnell, Deborah Brittain
Panel on Racism: Each presenter will speak to a different aspect of racism.
January 4. Ellen Hemrick
UUCGN member and SWFL SURJ leader
Creating an Anti-Racist Beloved Community
January 11. Dr. June Sochen and Joyce Schrager
The New Normal
January 25. Jack Levine
Founder, 4Generations Institution
Our Four Generations: Ready or Not; Here We Are . . . Challenges and opportunities of our multi-generational families and community.
February 8. Charles E. Kupchella, PhD.
Former president, University of North Dakota
How Anti-Science and Anti-Intellectualism are Bringing Down America
February 22. Cyndy Nayer. UUCGN member;
Founder and CEO of the Center of Health Engagement
The Profound Insecurity of Class-based Health Care
March 8. Nicholas Little, J.D.
Legal Director of Center For Inquiry in Washington, D.C.
Science and Consumer Protection: Using the law to protect people from pseudoscience
March 22. Dr Michael Savarese, Professor,
Department of Marine & Earth Sciences at FCGU
April 5. William Pinckney Pope,
retired US foreign service and counter-intelligence officer
April 19. Janet Hoffman, retired teacher
What Children Face in the Justice System in Florida
May 3. Joanne Huskey, Co-Founder and Vice President of iLive2Lead Young Women's Leadership Summit.
Lessons From Our Time: Calling for Women’s Leadership
May 17. Eddie Tabash, JD Chair, Center for Inquiry. SCOTUS case of Espinoza v Montana (separation of Church and State).