Innanoshe R. Akuson
Innanoshe R. Akuson is the former Senior Social Media Coordinator at the American Humanist Association. He also served as Editor of the AHA’s former quarterly newsletter, Free Mind.
Posts by Innanoshe R. Akuson
Social Media Censorship: A Necessary Evil?
On July 28 I shared a post on the Facebook page of the American Humanist Association (AHA) with this caption: “Intentional sharing of potentially... Read More
What Will Be the Human Cost of Reopening the Economy?
When the first of the COVID-19 shutdown-related protests broke out in Michigan, Virginia, and Minnesota last month, any other president would have urged Americans... Read More
Elle the Humanist: An Interview with a Young Humanist Author
Since hearing about Elle Harris, the nine-year-old author of the upcoming humanist book Elle the Humanist, from my coworker Emily Newman—who, incidentally, helped to... Read More
You, Not You: Policy Incoherence and the Travel Ban
Like a belated New Year’s present to his steadfast base, on January 31, 2020, President Trump added six countries—Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan, Myanmar, Tanzania, and Nigeria,... Read More
Iran’s 24 World Heritage Sites Are Safe. Learn More about Five of Them.
The past few days may be remembered by historians and Americans in general as the most turbulent period of Donald Trump’s presidency. Facing an... Read More
There on Fridays: The Humanist Environmental Response Effort
Last Friday, hundreds of thousands of young activists marched in cities around the world—from Kampala, Uganda, to Des Moines, Iowa—demanding crucial action on the... Read More