“I did not choose to announce to the news media that I am transgender. My school board made that decision for me. But now that I am visible, I want to use my position to... Read More
Meet the American Humanist Association’s new Graphic Designer, Sharon McGill! TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? After I graduated from Ball State University in Indiana with degrees in fine arts and English, I... Read More
Meet the American Humanist Association’s new Education Assistant, Emily Newman! TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? I earned a BS in psychology with an additional major in creative writing and also got my... Read More
Every year, on or around February 12, American Humanist Association (AHA) chapters and local humanist groups hold events in celebration of International Darwin Day honoring Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution he first proposed. The... Read More
Meet the American Humanist Association's new Director of Education, Kristin Wintermute! TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Montana in pre-professional psychology with a minor... Read More
It may not surprise you to learn that in a ranking of the most sinful city in the United States, Las Vegas, Nevada, came in first. Wallethub.com, the website that compiled the list, considered factors... Read More
Yes, We Did a Year-End List See, humanists really are like everyone else!
As is tradition at so many publications and news outlets, we throw our humanist hat in the ring with a list of our favorite headlines and tweets of 2017. Yes, there are some from and... Read More