March 1, 2016
What does it mean to be "Women in Secularism?"
Women are increasingly living religion-free lives and embodying the values of humanism and skepticism in their activism and professional work.
"Secularism" also refers to the secular movement, which fights against religious oppression and advocates for women's rights around the world, and where women's voices and leadership are at the forefront of a broader, more inclusive movement.
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January 4, 2016 by Sincere Kirabo
Here are some sound suggestions that discuss ways the secular community can make real, substantive adjustments to be more inclusionary.
In the News
April 27, 2016
Sikivu Hutchinson, Mandisa Thomas, Anthony B. Pinn, Debbie Goddard, and Jamila Bey share their perspectives as members of a minority within a minority.
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