New Humanist Center for Education
Jul16

New Humanist Center for Education

For Immediate Release Contact: Amy Couch, 202-238-9088, acouch@americanhumanist.org (Washington D.C., January 2018) — The Humanist Institute (THI) is joining with the American Humanist Association (AHA) to form the AHA Center for Education. “The new Center will enhance humanist education programs and extend our educational reach,” said AHA Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. The Center for Education will provide a graduate-level...

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Feminism & Humanism
Jul11

Feminism & Humanism

In my book Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics, and the Values Wars, I argue that the literature on secularism and gender does not capture the experiences of women of color negotiating racism, sexism, and poverty in historically religious communities. The relative dearth of secular humanist and freethought traditions amongst women of color cannot be separated from the broader context of white supremacy, gender politics, and...

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Are the “Nones” Done with Civic Engagement?
Jul07

Are the “Nones” Done with Civic Engagement?

We co-sponsored an Augsburg University Martin Olav Sabo Symposium on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 in Minneapolis, MN. Are the “Nones” Done with Civic Engagement? brought together several notable speakers to discuss organizing the religiously unaffiliated in today’s climate of polarization. TAKE FREE COURSE (registration required) In this FREE course, the conference is presented in four parts and includes: The event...

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Read Humanist EDge column
Jul02

Read Humanist EDge column

For the latest news on our work, humanist education in America, and successes of humanist professionals, check out The Humanist online journal’s Humanist EDge column.

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