The Wall of Separation May Hold

It’s no secret that the American Humanist Association is concerned about recent attempts to further erode the wall of separation between church and state. The Supreme Court’s decision to allow the Bladensburg cross to stand... Read More

Poke Gets Political

Like so many other culturally specific dishes, from pho to ramen to sushi, poke has made its way from the kitchens and restaurants of Pacific Islanders to mainland US cities like Los Angeles, New York,... Read More

Diverse Groups Come Together for Good

At a time when intense tribalism grips our country, two diverse groups in Concord, North Carolina, have found a way to come together for a good cause. Pastor Nathan King, representing Trinity United Church of... Read More