American Humanist News and Actions
The AHA stands up for the freedom of the press in covering the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The American Humanist Association is pleased to welcome Sunil Panikkath to its board of directors.
The American Humanist Association is pleased to welcome Ian Dodd to its board of directors.
"All prisoners should be granted basic rights and human dignity," said Roy Speckhardt.
Teachers in Humble, Texas, are unconstitutionally leading students in prayer.
The AHA files a complaint against Roselle Park, NJ, for its religious display outside a public library.
The AHA requests summary judgment in its lawsuit challenging police dept. prayers.
The AHA condemns Lely High School's policy of punishing students who sit during the National Anthem.
A student in a suburban Chicago school district may exercise his right to sit during the Pledge of Allegiance.
After a teacher reportedly attempts to pull a student from his chair to stand for the Pledge, the AHA intervenes.