Brody Armstrong is the program coordinator at the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education. He holds a BA in ethics & public policy, political science, and philosophy from the University of Iowa, and is pursuing an MA in data, economics, and development policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Sarah Henry is the former Communications Associate at the American Humanist Association and former Associate Editor at TheHumanist.com.
Emily Newman is the education coordinator at the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education. She holds a BS in psychology and creative writing as well as an MA in professional writing from Carnegie Mellon University.
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“Ending religion is a bad idea, says Richard Dawkins” was a headline guaranteed to elicit a double-take. Why would the man who is arguably... Read More