Staff Spotlight: Emily Newman
Jan04

Staff Spotlight: Emily Newman

Why Humanist Education is Needed Now About the Author: Emily Newman is Development & Communications Assistant of The Humanist Institute and Communications Coordinator of the American Ethical Union. Elections expose and sow a lot of hate—hate towards people who are different, hate for the policies and systems that have failed us, and hate born of fear. It becomes easy to hate political figures and their supporters when we believe...

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Humanism Today: Volume Four
Sep23

Humanism Today: Volume Four

Humanism Today, The Journal of the North American Committee for Humanism and its subsidiary, The Humanist Institute, began publishing articles by humanist scholars in 1985 and became the product of a think tank for the annual focus of the Institute’s adjunct faculty. The final volume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online. Read Now Humanism Today: Volume Four Rethinking Humanism: History, Philosophy,...

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Graduate Spotlight: Dan Blinn
Apr29

Graduate Spotlight: Dan Blinn

Humanist Philosophy at the Diner About the Author: Dan Blinn is a consumer protection lawyer, Humanist Celebrant, and secular advocate. He is the founding president of Hartford Area Humanists and a member of Class 19 of the Humanist Institute. Follow him on Twitter @danblinn. My involvement in the Humanist Institute was invaluable to me as I served as one of the organizers of the Hartford Area Humanists and as its founding president....

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Graduate Spotlight: Vanessa Gomez Brake
Mar25

Graduate Spotlight: Vanessa Gomez Brake

 A Humanist Community for a Godless City About the Author: Vanessa Gomez Brake is a graduate of Class 18 of the Humanist Institute. She is co-president of the San Francisco Bay Area Humanists, a local chapter of the American Humanist Association. Several years ago, my search for a humanist community began. I sought out to find a group of like-minded people with whom I could connect often. I certainly lived in the perfect place to...

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Humanism Today: Volume Three
Mar10

Humanism Today: Volume Three

Humanism Today, The Journal of the North American Committee for Humanism and its subsidiary, The Humanist Institute, began publishing articles by humanist scholars in 1985 and became the product of a think tank for the annual focus of the Institute’s adjunct faculty. The final volume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online. Read Now Humanism Today: Volume Three Science and Humanism: Cosmos,...

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Graduate Spotlight: Steve Ahlquist
Feb18

Graduate Spotlight: Steve Ahlquist

A Call to Social Justice Journalism About the Author: Steve Ahlquist is a graduate of the Humanist Institute Class 18. He’s an award winning journalist living in Providence, RI with his wife Kathy. My need to contribute to the cause of social justice made me a Humanist and a journalist. As a journalist, I am able to cover activists who work on racial, reproductive, environmental, economic, LGBTQ, labor and many other issues,...

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