American Humanist News and Actions
AHA's 2011 Humanist of the Year Awardee, Rebecca Goldstein,to receive the nation's highest honor in the humanities.
The AHA will continue defending the separation of church and state in Ocala, Florida.
A teacher intimidates a student objecting to an unconstitutional prayer requests board.
American Humanist Association Joins International Alliance in Protest of Bangladeshi Blogger MurdersPosted August 20, 2015 at 1:05pm
Humanists around the world stand up for the rights of secular bloggers.
The AHA urges Congress to support human rights and justice in Bangladesh.
A cross statue in a public park in Pensacola, FL, has been the site of church services.
Humanism Doesn’t Have a Bible. But If It Did, This Would be It! Humanist Press Releases New Book by Roy SpeckhardtPosted July 28, 2015 at 8:59am
Creating Change Through Humanism now available!
AHA settles its lawsuit with the Bureau of Prisons.
The AHLC filed an appellate brief with the Fourth Circuit.
Hall County School District agrees to train staff in their duties under the First Amendment in response to AHA lawsuit.