Meet the New AHA Staff Member: Anaiise Diaz

Please welcome the American Humanist Association's new social justice and legislative assistant, Anaiise Diaz! TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? I attended Rutgers University, graduating with a double major in criminal justice and... Read More

US Abortion Rates Continue to Decline

Abortion rates in the United States have reached a historic low since the Supreme Court legalized the procedure in the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. The Guttmacher Institute, a non-profit dedicated to advancing sexual... Read More

Humanist Group Uses Yard Sales to Support Students

Over the Labor Day weekend, the Central Colorado Humanists (CCH)—the Salida, Colorado, chapter of the American Humanist Association—transformed their unwanted stuff into academic opportunity by hosting a yard sale to support the group’s scholarship program.... Read More

Generous Donors Put AHA HERE for Climate

The pressure for Democratic presidential candidates to address the climate crisis—which resulted in CNN’s marathon seven-hour town hall last week—is an indication of how urgently many people care about addressing the problem. Humanists are no... Read More