The Black Humanist Alliance (BHA) was an adjunct organization of the American Humanist Association dedicated to a more inclusive humanism. The BHA was also devoted to confronting social, economic, and political deprivations that disproportionately impact Black America due to centuries of culturally ingrained prejudices.
Using humanism as a life praxis, the BHA sought to realize the need for a more intersectional and more politicized scope of activism through encouraging social justice competency within secular spaces as well as by engaging in racial, gender, and restorative justice activism.
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In theory, humanism is inclusive. A fundamental principle in humanism is that every human being should be protected and treated equally. This intrinsic value... Read More