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Rights vs. Responsibility

“We’re risking our lives to go to church,” stated the lawyer for a group of Oregon churches suing for the right to resume gathering as normal as the coronavirus pandemic continues. “If we survive, great. If... Read More

The Black Humanist Heathen Gaze

On Wednesday, May 20, the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education presents its May Speaker Series event via Zoom (6:30-8:00pm ET) with Sikivu Hutchinson. The author will discuss her new book, Humanists in the Hood: Unapologetically... Read More

Archaeology

“The monster of modernity must be slowed.” —Roger Cohen, May 8, 2020, the New York Times Water, lime and sand made an ancient holy space—smothered by conquest’s heavy stones. As the conqueror’s walls collapse with a... Read More

Meet the New Intern: Magdalene Bedi

Please welcome Magdalene Bedi, legal intern for the American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center! What is your educational background? I received an interdisciplinary BA in communications, legal institutions, economics, and government with a minor in... Read More