Sincere Kirabo

Sincere Kirabo is the 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

You Keep Using That Word…

“Systemic and institutional bias and privilege are, in my opinion, the current greatest threats to human progress…the betterment of the people around me and... Read More

Is Humanism the Answer?

As I reflect on the 76th Annual Conference of the American Humanist Association, held June 8-11 in Charleston, South Carolina, I keep returning to... Read More

Dear White Progressives…

I’ll get straight to the point since I know we’re all busy. It’s time we had a “Come to Jesus moment.” Again. I say... Read More

Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro

James Baldwin was a national treasure. Through his masterful writing and oratorical deliberations on race and Black America’s constant struggle for justice and recognition... Read More

Creating Change Beyond Marches

Last week I attended Creating Change, an annual conference spearheaded by the National LGBTQ Taskforce that provides training in grassroots organizing that centers the... Read More

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