Featured Survey: Understanding Nontheistic Communities Measuring the wellbeing and attitudes of nontheistic people who belong to communities.
A note from the AHA Executive Director Roy Speckhardt: I hope you'll participate in this important study with the potential to dispel negative myths about humanists and other nontheists. My name is Dennis Apker and... Read More
DEEP IN THE SWELTERING jungles of the Amazon, embedded within bird droppings, are eggs belonging to a nematode worm known as Myrmeconema neotropicum. Soon, ants from the species Cephalotes atratus will come along and take... Read More
Call in the Robocops With Democracy at Risk, Can We Quell Internet Bots & Trolls?
RELAX. An army of content reviewers some 10,000 strong is busy weeding out malicious posts and fake news from your favorite social media. Soon, it will double in size. Feel better? You shouldn’t. The social... Read More
The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage like no other, defying conventional wisdom about what constitutes a pilgrim, and about the supposedly unavoidable schism between religion and humanism. THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO across the mighty... Read More
THE ISLAND OF CUBA and its circumstances, both presently and historically, are not easy subjects. The effect Cuba has had on the United States and its politics goes back more than two centuries, but perhaps... Read More
On May 27, 2017, The Humanist Institute hosted an all-day symposium at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis titled “Social Justice: Addressing the Narrative of Fear,” which included individual remarks and panel discussions with humanist,... Read More
Humanist Goals Confessions of a Major League Soccer Ultra
I USED TO SCOFF when I heard sports commentators glorify a team’s supporters by saying things like, “Football is a religion for [team name here] fans.” How, I thought, is that an advertisement for them?... Read More