Humanists Call on Senate to Pass the Do No Harm Act
I’ve written about the Do No Harm Act twice already this year. So, when I heard that Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) was going to introduce the bill in the Senate, I questioned whether or not... Read More
No Time Limit on Equality
Last Wednesday the American Humanist Association (AHA) joined the ERA Coalition, composed of 200+ organizations, at the steps of the Supreme Court at the No Time Limit on Equality rally. The AHA signed on as... Read More
Humanists, It’s Time to Push the Senate to Swiftly Pass the NO BAN Act
Donald Trump’s ban on travel and immigration from Muslim-majority countries was nothing short of an abuse of presidential power. On January 27, 2017, Trump issued his first attempt at imposing a travel ban through Executive... Read More
All Eyes on Dobbs: The Supreme Court Takes Aim at Abortion Rights
Before the United States Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which granted people the legal right to an abortion, people underwent dangerous procedures and took costly measures to terminate pregnancies. If you needed an... Read More
Where Will the Biden Administration Take Title IX?
Last month, President Biden declared April 2021 as National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The dedication is to honor the strength and resilience of survivors and advocates, as well as to promote commitment from schools, organizations,... Read More
What’s the Equality Act and How Can You Make a Difference?
Legislation that protects LGBTQ+ people in America is long overdue. The lack of federally mandated protections leave those who seek justice for discrimination very few options, especially since many states throughout the country do not... Read More
Ode to the Vote However they do it, so many Americans are doing it
Smashed. Unprecedented. Historic. As minutely detailed by the US Election Project, 2020 is shattering records for early voting. As of 9 a.m. today, 45,272,131 people have cast ballots in the US presidential election. The Election... Read More