Many Voices of Humanism
The Humanist Institute is proud to present a new blog featuring Humanist Leaders putting their values into action across the country. We highlight the stories of our program students, graduates, & faculty.
Becoming a Spokesperson for Humanism April 20, 2017 Graduate Spotlight: James Croft About the Author: James Croft is outreach leader at the Ethical Society of St. Louis and a board member of The Humanist Institute. He studied education at the Universities of Cambridge and Harvard, and completed his doctorate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His writing can be found in the Humanist magazine, ... Read more about this post
“Wasn’t I the Lucky One?” Memories of a Humanist Institute Graduate March 22, 2017 Graduate Spotlight: Rev. Suzanne Paul About the Author: Rev. Suzanne Paul is a graduate of Class I of The Humanist Institute. She is a past president of the American Humanist Association and current executive director of the Center for Secular Humanism in Farmington Hills, Michigan. It’s been thirty-three years since I first stepped into the New York Society ... Read more about this post
Benefits of the Humanist Institute February 23, 2017 Graduate Spotlight: Jim Barnett About the Author: Jim Barnett is on the board of The Humanist Institute and graduated with Class 18. He is co-founder and co-president of the Bay Area Humanists and is one of the organizers of the Humanists and Non-Theists group in the San Francisco UU congregation. Upon retirement, I was eager to put my ... Read more about this post
Understanding Humanist Heritage January 22, 2017 Graduate Spotlight: Stuart Bechman About the Author: Stuart Bechman is a past president of Atheist Alliance International and has served on the boards of the Secular Coalition for America and Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. He is a graduate of the 17th class of The Humanist Institute. I became an atheist on my own, ... Read more about this post