Alix Jules on The Thinking Atheist: Religion and Race in the Year of Donald Trump

Tagged: activism / Alix Jules / atheism / Dallas / diversity / politics

Seth Andrews from The Thinking Atheist talks to AAH Advisor Alix Jules about religion, race, politics, and representation.

Description from The Thinking Atheist YouTube post:

Alix Jules is a secular activist, writer, and President of Black Nonbelievers of Dallas, Texas.

He chairs the Dallas-Fort Worth Coalition of Reason's Diversity Council, is a founding member of the Fellowship of Freethought, and is an adviser to the Council for Secular Humanism’s African Americans for Humanism Initiative.

His atheism and activism have gained national attention.

In this candid, one-hour conversation with Seth Andrews, Alix speaks about religion, race, politics, equality, and the rise of black secularism throughout the United States.

Alix's website: www.patheos.com/blogs/thegraffitiwall