First Humanist Chaplain in North Carolina Prison

Through the American Humanist Association’s Humanism For All program, I regularly correspond with incarcerated people eager to learn about humanism (especially from our online studies), connect with individuals and groups in the movement, and form... Read More

Nomadic Humanist Podcast Arrives

Anya Overmann grew up in the Ethical Society of St Louis—one of the founding member societies of the American Ethical Union and an affiliate of the American Humanist Association (AHA)—and is a rising leader of... Read More

Women of Color Beyond Belief 2022 Disrupting Religious Fascism and Respectability

During a virtual union meeting I attended as a shop steward in the spring, one of the facilitators launched into a prayer midway through the session, spewing “Father God” this and “Father God” that in... Read More