Black Futures, Diasporic Solidarity

by Jasmine Banks

The communications team at the American Humanist Association has adopted a 2023 strategic content calendar to refresh and invigorate collective conversations on topics not... Read More

Honoring Black History in Policy

by Rachel Deitch

There are countless ways to honor Black History Month. Among them are opportunities to celebrate historical Black leaders, probe our own local histories for... Read More

The Life and Times of Butterfly McQueen

by Jennifer Bardi

“As my ancestors are free from slavery, I am free from the slavery of religion.” –Butterfly McQueen, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 8, 1989 Butterfly McQueen... Read More

Humanist Profile: A. Philip Randolph

by Jennifer Bardi

February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada. In commemoration we bring you the last in a four-part series highlighting fascinating... Read More