Rebecca Hale is the former president of the American Humanist Association. A lifelong humanist, although she didn’t know there was an AHA until 1996. She was born in New York City to Humanist parents, although they called themselves Unitarians. Throughout her upbringing and life the focus has always grounded on a life philosophy of personal responsibility. If there is something that needs doing it is incumbent on each of us to do what we can towards getting it done. This carries through on all aspects of life; from cleaning up after dinner to cleaning up the environment.
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Leading by Example: A Conversation with AHA President Rebecca Hale and Humanist Activist Todd Stiefel
Rebecca Hale is the American Humanist Association’s twentieth president, and the fourth woman to hold that position after Suzanne Paul (1992-1993), Bette Chambers (1973-1979),... Read More