Humanist Profile: James Baldwin

February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada. In commemoration we bring you the second in a four-part series highlighting fascinating and influential black humanists. Part one, a profile of writer and... Read More

Humanist Profile: Ijeoma Oluo

February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada. In commemoration we bring you a four-part series highlighting fascinating and influential black humanists. Following the lead of AHA Social Justice Coordinator Sincere Kirabo,... Read More

Humanist Profile: Pete Seeger

“I’ve had preachers of the gospel, Presbyterians and Methodists, saying, ‘Pete, I feel that you are a very spiritual person.’ And maybe I am. I feel strongly that I’m trying to raise people’s spirits to... Read More

Chapter Profile: Greater Richmond Humanists

Rachael Berman, AHA Grassroots Coordinator, interviews Mark Reimers, president of the Greater Richmond Humanists in Richmond, Virginia to learn more about local humanist organizing! HNN: Tell us more about your group. When do you meet?... Read More

Humanist Celebrant Profile: Captain Ryan Jean

To recognize our active and distinguished humanist celebrants, HNN is starting a new series profiling ceremonies conducted by humanist celebrants throughout the United States. Army Captain Ryan Jean talks about the marriage he recently presided... Read More

I Was a Secular Homeschooler

Religion News Service recently profiled secular parents who homeschool their children. Sam Mauceri, AHA communications intern, shares her experience as a secular homeschooler from 3rd grade to high school graduation. Evangelicals, kid geniuses, the socially... Read More

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