Kristin Wintermute is the director of the Center for Education at the American Humanist Association.
Posts by Kristin Wintermute
In July we celebrate Independence Day, as well as national days for blueberries, ice cream, French fries, and more. July also marks the onset... Read More
As the days roll on amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and we curtail most social interactions, we’re all finding creative outlets to remain physically and... Read More
WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF HUMANISM? How does one live as a humanist? Like many of you, I have read a plethora of articles... Read More
This spring Scout Master and fellow humanist, Jeff Cook, approached me about supporting the creation of a humanist workbook for scouts who desire to... Read More
Reflecting on recent developments within the humanist movement while chatting with a friend, I was reminded of a single, short snippet among my fifty-plus... Read More
I find myself needing to tell a simple story, one that highlights my family, my community, and the everyday reality of being a humanist... Read More