"Many people with different backgrounds, cultures, languages, and creeds combine to make a nation. But that nation is greater than the sum total of the individual skills and talents of its people. Something more grows out of their unity than can be calculated by adding the assets of individual contributions. That intangible additional quantity is often due to the differences which make the texture of the nation rich. Therefore, we must never wipe out or deride the differences amongst us — for where there is no difference, there is only indifference."
Louis Nizer (1902-1994), American lawyer, author, speaker, born in London
Weekly meetings on Tuesdays during lunch time in room 1033.
First meeting date: September 14th
Google Classroom code: aprwzln
Remind code: f4bgh2