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The Humanist Hour Podcast #60: Shining the Light of Reason

Posted March 24, 2011

Jes Constantine and Todd Stiefel interview Fred Edwords of United Coalition of Reason, debate the concept that vegan priorities are humanist priorities with surprise special guest, Jason Torpy, and highlight the AHA 70th Annual Conference with AHA staffer, Maggie Ardiente.

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The Humanist Hour #59: Introducing Todd Stiefel

Posted February 24, 2011

Listen to Jes Constantine interview her new co-host, Todd Stiefel.  Todd Stiefel lives in Raleigh, NC. He is a secular humanist, an atheist and full-time freethought activist.

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The Humanist Hour #58: Soldier Spiritual Fitness and Rock Beyond Belief

Posted January 27, 2011

Jes Constantine and guest interviewer, Todd Stiefel, speak with Justin Griffith about his experience as an atheist in the U.S. Army and, more specifically, about failing the Spiritual Fitness component of the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness test and turning that experience into a freethought activist opportunity with Rock Beyond Belief.  Also: don't forget to celebrate Darwin Day this February 12th!  Happy Birthday, Charles!

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The Humanist Hour #57: Jean Shepherd, In God We Trust (All Others Pay Cash)

Posted December 22, 2010

Listen to the magical monologist, Jean Shepherd, read an excerpt from his 1966 book, "In God We Trust (All Others Pay Cash)," which originally appeared in the December 1965 edition of Playboy.

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The Humanist Hour #56: Onward Christian Athletes

Posted November 24, 2010

"Onward Christian Athletes" author, Tom Krattenmaker, presents his book to AHA's 69th Annual Conference attendees.  Also learn more about the largest non-religious ad campaign, launched earlier in November by the American Humanist Association.

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The Humanist Hour #55: Barefoot rEVOLUTION?

Posted October 27, 2010

Jes Constantine interviews Dr. Daniel Lieberman, a professor of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard and Dr. Daniel Howell, author of The Barefoot Book about the benefits of barefoot living and how it relates to humanism.

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The Humanist Hour #54: Questions and Answers with Bill Nye the Science Guy and LGBT Humanist Council update

Posted September 22, 2010

In this month's audio podcast, Jes Constantine plays another clip from AHA's 69th Annual Conference, which took place earlier this summer in San Jose, CA.  Listen to Bill Nye the Science Guy answer questions from the conference attendees, after accepting our Humanist of the Year award.  Also hear Jes Constantine's interview with Jason Frye of the Humanist Association of San Diego and the LGBT Humanist Council.

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The Humanist Hour #53: Bill Nye the Science Guy, Humanist of the Year

Posted August 25, 2010

Jes Constantine and guest co-host Jennifer Bardi introduce and discuss clips from AHA's 69th Annual Conference, which took place earlier this summer in San Jose, CA. Listen to Bill Nye the Science Guy accepting our Humanist of the Year award.

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Posted July 28, 2010
Jes Constantine and guest co-host Jennifer Bardi introduce clips from AHA's 69th Annual Conference and discuss exciting news regarding the HNN podcast.

Posted June 23, 2010
Jes Constantine introduces clips from AHA's 69th Annual Conference.

Posted May 26, 2010
Jende Huang, Jes Constantine, and a special guest host discuss some of their favorite moments from the past 49 episodes of the Humanist Network News podcast.

Posted April 27, 2010
Jende Huang and Jes Constantine speak with Dale McGowan, founder and executive director of the Foundation Beyond Belief

Posted March 24, 2010
In this month's audio podcast, Jende Huang and Jes Constantine visit the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County in Teaneck, NJ

Posted February 24, 2010
Jes Costantine and Jende Huang interview Sebastian Velez about his recent experiences in Haiti

Posted January 26, 2010
Jende Huang drops in on the HEADS meeting and speaks to some leaders from across the movement about their upcoming plans for 2010.

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