Clayton Whitt

Clayton Whitt was formerly on the development staff of the American Humanist Association, where he also wrote for the AHA blog Rant & Reason. He studied social sciences and Spanish at California Polytechnic State University and served in the Peace Corps in Bolivia from 2005 to 2007. He lives in the District of Columbia.

Posts by Clayton Whitt

Film Review: X-Men First Class

X-Men: First Class addresses the question that has troubled humanity for decades: what if the tensest confrontation of the Cold War era was in... Read More

Ark Park Coming to Kentucky

The Tower of Babel is going to be built (or rebuilt, depending on your view of the historicity of the Bible)in Kentucky. And that’s... Read More

The Beacon of Humanism Shines in Cambridge

Over 450 humanist leaders, activists, scholars, and students gathered together in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the American Humanist Association’s 70th Anniversary Conference, The Beacon of... Read More

Why Should Humanists Organize?

"What do you organized humanists do, and why should I care?" At the American Humanist Association, we sometimes receive variations of that pair of... Read More