Posts by Emily Newman (page 10)
Young Activists Inspire All Ages at DC March for Our Lives
Photos by AHA Staff “Welcome to the revolution!” announced Cameron Kasky, one of the survivors of the Parkland shooting and the opening speaker at... Read More
Rethinking Oklahoma House Chaplaincy Program
A chaplain is a clergy member or lay representative of a religion trained to serve a secular institution like a hospital, prison, school, police... Read More
Humanist EDge: Why Is Civics Education Needed?
Democracy requires citizen participation to ensure that it continues and works. Simply voting for a president every four years isn’t enough, and only slightly... Read More
Humanist EDge: What’s Wrong with Humanist Education in Schools?
Although humanism is becoming more widely recognized, humanist education is still a new concept to many both inside and outside the movement. When I... Read More
Humanist EDge: An Interview with Charles “Chuck” Debrovner
Charles “Chuck” Debrovner, MD, is a board member of The Humanist Institute, the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, and Global Bioethics Initiative, as well as past president of... Read More
Humanist EDge: Moving from Hate to Humanism: Why Humanist Education is Needed Now
The Humanist EDge is an occasional column written by graduates of The Humanist Institute’s educational leadership program. Elections expose and sow a lot of hate—hate... Read More
Democracy Spring Blooms in DC
Hundreds of passionate Americans rallied at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia on April 2 and then walked for ten days—about 140 miles—to the US... Read More