Last Friday, the Congressional Freethought Caucus held its inaugural Thomas Paine Breakfast where climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann and political theorist Dr. Danielle Allen joined members of Congress for a compelling discussion about how science,... Read More
This interview has been condensed for length and clarity. In the midst of a global pandemic and an ever-changing political and social climate, all eyes are on the future of our youth. Luckily, high school... Read More
Despite its prominence in our present world, anthropogenic climate change―changes in climate due to human activity―does not have a long history. It is the result of rapid industrialization beginning only around 200 years ago. In... Read More
What Does Anti-Racism Look Like in 2021? Hint: It's Not Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
“Diversity, equity, and inclusion” is now the resounding string of words carefully woven into staff meetings within corporate, non-profit, and government workplaces as the movement towards anti-racism continues. And while the phrase “diversity, equity, and... Read More
It’s 3:40 on Wednesday afternoon and as I sit in my home, blocks from the U.S. Capitol, siren after siren whir by my window and blaring horns are punctuated by the occasional helicopter overhead. Friends... Read More
The holiday season between Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Day is traditionally a time when people think about giving back to their communities and look for opportunities to volunteer. Many humanists and humanist groups do... Read More
As many by now have learned, the Supreme Court recently halted New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s public safety restrictions on religious services in certain areas with high rates of COVID-19. At issue in the case,... Read More