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Help the AHA pass the National Day of Reason resolution!
In advance of oral arguments for Obergefell v. Hodges, AHA urges the Court to support marriage equality.
American Humanist Association and SkyView Academy reach settlement.
Congress must bolster protections for LGBT students.
Teachers Can’t Give Out Bibles, Says Oklahoma School District in Response to Humanist Group’s LetterPosted April 13, 2015 at 10:50am
AHA defends church-state separation in Oklahoma.
Humanist Group Defends Right of Student Who Was Refused Treatment by School Nurse for Sitting Out the Pledge of AllegiancePosted April 09, 2015 at 11:51am
The American Humanist Association defends a student who was berated by school staff for opting out of the Pledge.
The Appignani Humanist Legal Center admonishes an Oklahoma school for passing out Gideon Bibles.
Imagine walking in to a restaurant with your family and friends, only to be thrown out moments later because you are gay. Can you imagine the hurt, confusion, and sadness that would come with being told by the owners that they don’t serve “your kind” at their establishment?
This nightmare scenario could soon become a reality if Governor Hutchinson signs the Religious Freedom and Restoration Act, which has already passed the state legislature and could legalize discrimination based on religious views.
Not so long ago, a person could be denied service by a business because of their race. America recognized that this unethical behavior has no place in this country, but religious right activists are trying to once again legalize discrimination against Americans based solely on who they are as a person.
Religious beliefs can be respected, but they must not be allowed to become a legal basis for discriminatory behavior towards our fellow citizens. This bill may talk about “restoring rights” but the only thing it truly restores is the ability to turn personal bigotry into legalized discrimination.
Corporations, government officials, and public figures are already speaking out against similar bills in Indiana and other states. Please take a stand against religiously motivated discrimination by contacting Governor Hutchinson and letting him know that this bill just isn’t right for Arkansas.
Fighting prejudice is what makes us humanists. Thank you for joining us.
After another humanist blogger is tragically murdered, AHA calls for hearings on the persecution of nontheists.
Breaking the Silence of Women in the Bible Belt: Humanist Press Announces Release of ‘Once You Had Hands’ by Tasha GoldenPosted March 27, 2015 at 9:18am
Stunning new book of poetry from Humanist Press!