Non-religious Americans now account for one-quarter of the population, but their political impact is not as large yet. In this presentation political scientist Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera will be discussing how the “nones” (people with no religious affiliation) have voted in previous cycles, what to expect from this cohort in 2020 and beyond, and how policy will look in a country where nones hold political power similar to their share of the population.
NOTE: This previously-scheduled in-person talk has been moved online! Join us on Thursday, April 23, 6:30-8pm ET. We’ll be streaming this talk on Zoom — learn more about Zoom and sign up for free here.
Watch this talk on Zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/463858819
Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera is the Managing Partner and Director of Political Research at Socioanalítica Research, co-chair of the Latinx Humanist Alliance, a member of the board of directors of the American Humanist Association, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Humanist Studies. He currently writes the Nonedecision 2020 column for theHumanist.com about the nones and their role in American politics.