American Humanist News and Actions
“Public school boards should be neutral on religion,” said Roy Speckhardt, executive director of the AHA.
The AHA strongly criticizes the Lafayette School District for failing to uphold students' First Amendment rights.
The AHA signs on to an amicus brief in support of Missouri's only issuing state grants to secular organizations.
The AHA files a motion for summary judgment in its lawsuit against against the Joplin Public School District.
The Fourth Circuit ruling gives humanists their day in court.
In response to the AHA's demands, a nontheist may now attend secular treatment programs.
"Once You Had Hands," published by Humanist Press, is nominated for the 2016 Ohioana Book Award in Poetry.
"The tragedy in Orlando reminds us of the bigotry that still impacts the LGBTQ community," said Roy Speckhardt.
The state is forcing a nontheist parolee to attend a religious treatment program or face jail time.
The AHA joins other church/state separation groups opposing a Bible-reading marathon in Iowa.