Apurva Parikh was the Grassroots and Advocacy Intern at the American Humanist Association. He graduated in 2012 with a BA in philosophy from the University of Maryland, College Park. Following his graduation, he spent one and a half years in India studying comparative philosophy and religion at a university in Mumbai, India.
Posts by Apurva Parikh
On September 7, 2014, a spaceship full of alien refugees fleeing their dying planet crash-lands on the surface of the Earth. What’s supposed to... Read More
Before I start my so-called rant against traditional values, let me cast out a potential red herring others might like to introduce to the... Read More
Religious Freedom for All? Congress’s Conspicuous Absence of Advocacy for Non-Religious Prisoners of Conscience
AHA Grassroots and Advocacy Intern Apurva Parikh attended a Congressional hearing on the plight of prisoners of conscience, but why weren’t atheists and agnostics... Read More