Staff Picks: Fear & Candy in a Pandemic

by TheHumanist.com Staff

We're in the lead-up to a very spooky night—no, not November 3! We're talking October 31st. Whether you believe in ghosts, goblins, ax murderers,... Read More

Staff Picks: Sensing the Moment

by TheHumanist.com Staff

We’re now six months into so-called COVID life. Some are working from home and others in frontline jobs. Some with kids doing remote learning... Read More

You Say You Have a Resolution…

by Jennifer Bardi

We all want to change the world, as the Beatles song goes. Incidentally, “Revolution” might be my favorite Beatles song, and my favorite lines... Read More

Superstitions We Just Can’t Shake

by TheHumanist.com Staff

When you believe in things That you don't understand, Then you suffer, Superstition ain’t the way —Stevie Wonder, “Superstition” Hey, it’s Friday the 13th,... Read More

Humanists Plan the End of Summer

by TheHumanist.com Staff

As summer draws to a close, the staff here at the American Humanist Association are making plans to squeeze in one last beach day,... Read More

Who Would You Invite to Thanksgiving?

by TheHumanist.com Staff

Several years ago at Thanksgiving we asked staff members at the American Humanist Association to share their unique Thanksgiving traditions (see here). Other years... Read More