Foster Children Denied Homes in South Carolina, Thanks to Religious Discrimination
Aimee Maddonna, a South Carolina mother of three, knows firsthand the impact a loving family can have on children in foster care. Aimee was raised alongside both biological and foster siblings because her father—who grew... Read More
Remaining Quiet on LGBTQ+ Rights Is a Bad Campaign Strategy
Ever since House Democrats ensured the speaker’s gavel returned to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi in January, the party has been vocal in its support for LGBTQ+ rights in the face of the discrimination perpetuated by the... Read More
Is Jacinda Ardern a Humanist?
In the wake of the March 15 shootings by a white supremacist at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern emerged on the international stage as a figure of tolerance and healing.... Read More
Leaving Silos, Centering Margins
The mission of the LGBTQ Humanist Alliance is to cultivate safe and affirming communities, promote humanist values, and achieve full equality and social liberation of LGBTQ persons. As an adjunct of the American Humanist Association... Read More
Get Excited! The 78th Annual AHA Conference Is Virtually around the Corner
We’re less than three months away from the American Humanist Association’s 78th Annual Conference, and this year’s event is totally different from anything we’ve ever done before. It’s our first-ever virtual conference—held at five university... Read More
Uh, No, Establishment Clause Law Is Not a “Hot Mess”
This spring the Supreme Court will rule on the American Humanist Association’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a forty-foot Latin cross on public property in Bladensburg, Maryland, and conservatives are hoping that the court uses... Read More
Roe v. Wade Is under Threat: What Will We Do About It?
“Roe is going down,” declared Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, at last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The threat of a post-Roe world has been ever more real since... Read More