Abigail Ulman was the summer 2018 intern for the Center for Freethought Equality. Abigail has been active in Humanistic Jewish communities throughout her life, both in Connecticut and Washington, DC.
Posts by Abigail Ulman
Back to School? LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness
As the summer winds down and back-to-school season begins, public focus increases on funding for schools, teachers, and resources. While enrollment in public schools... Read More
Absence of Religion Is Not the Impetus behind China’s Human Rights Abuses
The human rights abuses perpetrated by the Chinese government against their ethnic Muslim Uyghur minority have been gaining significant media attention. With a population... Read More
Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion: Can They Coexist?
Find out what happens when a Center for Freethought Equality intern challenges a former Becket Fund litigator! I just finished a seminar on religious... Read More
Ruling against Truth: NIFLA v. Becerra
On Tuesday, June 26, the Supreme Court ruled against women, against evidence- and science-based healthcare, and against truth. In a highly contested 5-4 vote,... Read More
Silencing Science: A Humanist Take on Science and Politics
This past Thursday I attended a panel at the Center for American Progress titled Silencing Science. The panel featured notable scientists, professors, and former... Read More
Humanism in American Elections: Is a “Nones” Wave Coming?
June may arguably be the most important primary month in the 2018 midterm season. With primaries every Tuesday in many battleground states, voters are... Read More