Six Humanist TV Shows You Should Watch

In the spirit of our popular “Top Humanist Songs” and “Top Humanist YouTube Videos” featured in previous issues of Humanist Network News, we’ve decided to run a piece on television’s best humanist offerings. (Some of... Read More

Seven Great Humanist Films

Did you enjoy the last issue’s Humanist Anthems for your iPod Playlist? Thanks to you HNN readers for suggesting other songs to add to this growing list of humanist-themed music. In this week’s issue, we... Read More


LAST BISON GONE Ours is the curse of the blighted touch that wilts every green shoot and flower we mean to admire, keep, re-create or improve. New Zealand’s huia bird, prized for her scimitar beak... Read More

You Don’t Know Jack

Reporter: There are those who would say about Dr. Jack Kevorkian: “Right message; wrong messenger.” Geoffrey Fieger: And who is the right messenger? These lines sum up the dilemma posed by You Don’t Know Jack,... Read More

The Sky, Full of Birds

Background chatter, the chink of spoons on china, music piped in. Outside, the sky a medley of soaring birds, on the streets people walking to work, sun shining through the window on my face.I’ve been... Read More


I. In the corner of the garden we found the perfect spot for the damask rose "Celsiana," but when we dug, we hit a boulder. I said, "Let's plant somewhere else." "No," she disagreed, "we'll... Read More