The Humanist Magazine

36% of younger millennials identify as nonreligious. Read about these "young nones" in our latest issue!

Humanist Magazine

Sept./Oct. 2016

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AHA & Social Justice

The AHA launches three groups To strengthen the humanist presence in social justice movements.

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AHA Local Groups

Local groups engage in social activism, philosophical discussion and community-building events. Find yours today!

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