Sincere Kirabo is the former social justice coordinator at the American Humanist Association. Sincere is a writer and humanist activist who focuses on cultivating increased critical consciousness of social injustice, particularly within humanist spaces. His work can also be found on Everyday Feminism, Huffington Post, and Patheos, among other media.
Posts by Sincere Kirabo
Humanists in Houston: Joining Foundation Beyond Belief’s Disaster Response Program
Last August Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category four hurricane, wreaking havoc on the Texas coast with a deluge of more than fifty... Read More
When Will America Shut Down For Racial Bias Training?
Despite an ongoing war against blackness, America seems unwilling to invest in solutions to cure its anti-blackness problem. Starbucks will close all stores... Read More
Secular Social Justice 2018: Rehumanize, Decolonialize, Get Free
Last Saturday, April 7, over 100 people gathered at All Souls Church in Washington, DC, for the second biannual Secular Social Justice (SSJ) conference,... Read More
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Black Panther, Afrofuturism, and Liberation Politics
Imagine an alternative reality in which a sliver of Africa never experienced the ravages of white supremacy and colonialism. That land is Wakanda, and... Read More
Don’t Celebrate Black History Month without Creating Paths toward Free Black Futures
Today marks the official start to another twenty-eight-day cycle where the media, public schools, and a considerable chunk of the U.S. population will reach... Read More
What Exploiting a Whitewashed MLK Says About You
January 18, 2021 — In recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we are reposting this article on understanding King's real legacy by Sincere... Read More
Humanist Organizing for A Better Tomorrow: Moving beyond Indecent Propositions
On Christmas Eve, I received an email invitation to speak at this year’s Mythinformation Conference (or “Mythcon”), an atheist conference held every year by... Read More