American Humanist News and Actions
A Texas courthouse won't permit a humanist HumanLight display, but they will allow a Christian nativity scene.
The Appignani Humanist Legal Center objects to Rutgers University's sponsoring a fundraiser for a Christian church.
The Appignani Humanist Legal Center celebrates a victory for church/state separation!
A school in South Carolina is raising money to support a proselytizing local church.
The American Humanist Association has examples of expressions of gratitude that don't require a god.
A school responds to the Appignani Humanist Legal Center's letter demanding that they cease offering prayers.
A Wisconsin student who objects to "under God" will now be permitted to remain seated during the Pledge.
A Louisiana school incorporates a Christian prayer into a mandatory student event.
Humanist Group Defends California Student Punished for Omitting “Under God” from the Pledge of AllegiancePosted November 11, 2014 at 4:35pm
The American Humanist Association defends an agnostic student disciplined for exercising his rights.
The Appginani Humanist Legal Center sends a letter to a Texas city deputizing clergy.