I recently had the privilege of attending a meeting of the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the White House, specifically in the Old Executive Office Building, the historic building where the State... Read More
Photo by: Leslie Zukor The 2012 Annual Conference, held this year in New Orleans, was an absolute success. With 30 different banquets, lectures, forums, and receptions to choose from, there was more offered than any... Read More
Listen to famed astronomer Carl Sagan accept the AHA’s Humanist of the Year award at the 1981 AHA Conference in San Diego, California.
The American Humanist Association recently signed on to a letter as an active member of the Coalition Against Religious Discrimination to Cecilia Munoz, the new Director of the Domestic Policy Council in the Obama Administration.... Read More
Frederic March, past president of the Humanist Society of New Mexico, is a prolific writer and teacher who volunteers extensive support to the Kochhar Humanist Education Center (KHEC) in curriculum development, innovative educational strategies, and... Read More
I recently attended a hearing held by the Congressional Subcommittee on the Constitution about the state of religious liberty in the United States, and was completely unsurprised to discover that House conservatives feel that secular... Read More
This spring the American Humanist Association vocalized its support in Congress on a number of issues, from women’s rights, to LGBT to rights, to the anti-bullying campaign. In light of the 30th Anniversary of the... Read More