Humanist Network News
Humanist Network News, or HNN, is a weekly Internet magazine produced by the American Humanist Association (AHA). A typical edition of HNN contains news, opinion, lifestyle pieces, cartoons and humor...just like a regular newspaper except each piece addresses the nonreligious philosophy of humanism. HNN articles are written by the staff of the AHA and a variety of guest writers. HNN is published every Wednesday.
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Recent HNN Articles
You'll soon see a new tagline from the American Humanist Association that recognizes the diversity of labels that our members use in everyday conversation—whether it's chatting with a fellow member of a local chapter on ethics without religion, or introducing the concept of "good without God" to a religious friend. Whether you identify as humanist, atheist, agnostic, nontheist, freethinker or other, we are all advocating for progressive values and equality for our rights.
School vouchers are a threat to public education and the separation of church and state. Clayton Whitt analyzes the current controversy surrounding the school voucher program in the District of Columbia.
Last week the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Westboro Baptist Church’s right to protest funerals. Here’s why they made the correct decision.
We found the best humanist and atheist-themed videos on YouTube. Tell us what you think and add your own suggestions to the list!
Prayer at government meetings! New legal strategy in challenging the Pledge of Allegiance! Read about the latest work of the Appignani Humanist Legal Center from legal coordinator Bill Burgess.
The newest president of one of the largest AHA chapters in the country (with its own building!), Shelley Newman, talks with field coordinator Eric Nguyen about the future of humanism in Arizona.
Learn more about Candace Gingrich-Jones (that’s right, sister to Newt) and her tireless fight to ensure equality for LGBT people in the United States.
Younger Christians are increasingly accepting the idea of living with their significant others before marriage, leaving some religious leaders worried. Hemant Mehta examines the Christian argument for waiting until marriage.