This is the first in a series of articles in March that will celebrate Women’s History Month. The modern day humanist movement has embraced feminism, but like various types of humanism, the tension between the... Read More
The Secular Communities Survey, the largest-ever study of the community life of secular and nonreligious people in the United States, opens today, March 1st, and will remain open until April 11th. If you’re part of... Read More
There are countless ways to honor Black History Month. Among them are opportunities to celebrate historical Black leaders, probe our own local histories for the good and the bad, imagine Black futures, and put in... Read More
Last month, President Joe Biden forwarded to Congress the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 which offers undocumented immigrants in the United States a path to citizenship. The bill is an extensive immigration reform package supported by... Read More
What Does Anti-Racism Look Like in 2021? Hint: It's Not Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
“Diversity, equity, and inclusion” is now the resounding string of words carefully woven into staff meetings within corporate, non-profit, and government workplaces as the movement towards anti-racism continues. And while the phrase “diversity, equity, and... Read More
Two years ago, I received the worst news of my life: my daughter, Johanna, was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Seventeen and just starting her senior year of high school at the time, Johanna was... Read More
As we celebrate the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and we hope for a peaceful transfer of power this week, we also celebrate the inauguration of something else: a committed public relationship... Read More