On August 15, 2013, Humanist Press is releasing Kylie’s Heel, the first novel for best-selling author Susan K. Perry and the first novel ever published by Humanist Press. Perry, a social psychologist, is the author... Read More
Co-sponsored by the American Humanist Association, Washington DC’s Dupont Circle will be the location of the 2013 Robert G. Ingersoll Oratory Contest on June 30. The outdoor event, being held for the third time, pits... Read More
The American Humanist Association is proud to support Black Skeptics Los Angeles’s first annual “First in the Family Humanist Scholarship” by sponsoring one of four $500 scholarships, to be awarded to a college-bound Los Angeles... Read More
The American Humanist Association (AHA) is pleased to announce the recent election of Rebecca Hale, co-owner of EvolveFISH.com in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as president. In addition to Hale's new role, she will also serve as... Read More
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.