Announcements

Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers

Celebrated nationwide on the last Sunday of Black History Month (Feb. 23 in 2014), the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers (DOS) is held to promote community and solidarity among blacks in America who identify as non-believers: atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, etc. The DOS was organized as a way to counter the religious voice that all too often serves as the lone voice of black consciousness and experience.

CANCELED: African Americans for Humanism–DC 2014 Regional Conference

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled. Email sdavis [at] centerforinquiry [dot] net with any questions.

AAH Leaders Featured on HuffPost Live

AAH Director Debbie Goddard joins AAH advisors Sikivu Hutchinson and Jamila Bey, as well as author Ronnelle Adams, in a HuffPost Live discussion on atheism in the black community.

BlackOut Secular Rally: A Celebration of Diversity

African Americans for Humanism is proud to sponsor the Blackout Secular Rally, the first outdoor rally and celebration predominantly featuring nontheists of color. July 27, 2013 12:00–6:00 pm Flushing Meadows Park, New York City

Los Angeles: First In The Family Humanist Scholarship Ceremony

You are cordially invited to the ceremonial of the awardees for the First in the Family Humanist Scholarship program.

Day of Solidarity for Black Non‑Believers

Day of Solidarity for Black Non‑Believers

Celebrated nationwide on the last Sunday of Black History Month (Feb. 24 this year), the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers (DoS) is held to promote community and solidarity among blacks in America who identify as non-believers: atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, etc. The DoS was organized as a way to counter the religious voice that all too often serves as the lone voice of black consciousness and experience.

Black Atheists Step Up: Contribute to the “First in the Family Humanist Scholarship”

What are mainstream secular, humanist, atheist and freethought “human rights” organizations doing to actively fight for social and racial justice in American communities of color? AAH Advisor Sikivu Hutchinson invites humanists to step up and support a new humanist scholarship fund.

AAH Update

The last few months have been very exciting for African Americans for Humanism. We launched a new website, garnered six new local affiliate groups across the country, sponsored and promoted the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers, and put up billboards and transit shelter ads in seven cities nationwide in the largest simultaneous ad campaign ever executed by a secular organization!

Announcing the We Are AAH Campaign

Black Nonbelievers Speak Out: New AAH ad campaign highlights religious skepticism among African Americans

Day of Solidarity for Black Non‑Believers

Celebrated nationwide on the last Sunday of Black History Month (Feb. 26 this year), the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers (DoS) is held to promote community and solidarity among blacks in America who identify as non-believers: atheists, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, etc. The DoS was organized as a way to counter the religious voice that all too often serves as the lone voice of black consciousness and experience.

The Root’s “On Black Atheism” Series Features AAH Advisory Committee Members

In the wake of increased media interest in black atheists following The New York Times' article, "The Unbelievers," The Root profiled six African American nonbelievers including AAH Advisory Committee members Anthony B. Pinn, Jamila Bey, and Mark D. Hatcher.

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