AHA & Social Justice

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

Social Justice

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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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75th Anniversary Conference

Celebrating 75 Years of Humanism in Chicago, IL! Learn more about our awardees and speakers.

Annual Conference

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    The Ethical Dilemma: Preaching to the Choir

    Experiencing an ethical dilemma? Need advice from a humanist perspective? Send your questions to The Ethical Dilemma at dilemma@thehumanist.com (subject line: Ethical Dilemma). All inquiries are kept confidential. Preaching To The Choir: My daughter is in the high school choir. Yesterday they performed a concert, and to my disappointment, the song my daughter’s group sang […]

    Rise of the Party of Nones

    In an article published at Slate last week, Ruth Graham speculates how the Christian Left could be poised to help Democrats take the mantle from the Republicans as the party of God. The mantra that the United States is a Christian nation has been uttered in various incantations starting with the seventeenth-century debates between Massachusetts […]

    Meet the Intern: Arthur Wesley

    Get to know one of our Summer 2016 interns, Arthur Wesley! He will be interning in the communications department at the American Humanist Association. TheHumanist.com: What is your educational and work background? Wesley: I’m a senior at George Mason University, where I study English and web design. When I’m not in class, I work as […]

    The Humanist Hour #196: HB2, The Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act

    Click to download an audio file of this podcast. Of all the recent “religious freedom” legislation passed around the country, perhaps none is so restrictive as North Carolina’s “Act to Provide for Single-sex Multiple Occupancy Bathroom and Changing Facilities in Schools and Public Agencies and to Create Statewide Consistency in Regulation of Employment and Public […]

    No Man’s Sky: Vastness and Humanism Inhabit a Video Game

    According to the World Health Organization, in 2013 the average life expectancy of a person born in Japan was eighty-four years—the highest in the world.  If, somehow, a child was born in Tokyo in June of 2016, with the cognitive and physical ability to play No Man’s Sky—the latest and most daring production by indie […]

    The Ethical Dilemma: I’m Afraid to Come Out to My Parents!

    Experiencing an ethical dilemma? Need advice from a humanist perspective? Send your questions to The Ethical Dilemma at dilemma@thehumanist.com (subject line: Ethical Dilemma). All inquiries are kept confidential. Afraid to Come Out to Parents: This is probably a silly question and I doubt that you haven’t seen this before but anyway here we go: I’ve […]

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