Rachel Deitch is the social justice coordinator for the American Humanist Association. Prior to joining the staff at AHA, she worked in advocacy communications and national politics, and conducted research on religion and stigmas.
Posts by Rachel Deitch
This is the second appearance of a new semi-regular column, “It Happens Here,” challenging humanists to reflect on adversity and trauma in our own community,... Read More
In preparation for the launch of the American Humanist Association’s newest affinity alliance, the Latinx Humanist Alliance (LHA), AHA Social Justice Coordinator Rachel Deitch... Read More
When we work in social justice, specificity matters. Social justice encompasses the disruption and replacement of many interlocking systems of oppression that include poverty,... Read More
This is the first article of our new semi-regular column, “It Happens Here,” challenging humanists to reflect on adversity and trauma in our own community,... Read More
In “White Privilege and Humanist Leadership,” published in the July/August Humanist, Charles Murn writes on the importance of people with white privilege stepping back... Read More