If the Boy Scouts are truly a values-based organization, bigotry can’t be part of the program.
72nd Annual Conference
The AHA is proud to hold its 72nd Annual Conference in San Diego, CA, May 30-June 2, 2013 at the Bahia Resort Hotel.
May 30-June 2, 2013Learn More
The Humanist Society prepares celebrants to lead ceremonial observances such as weddings, memorials and other life cycle events.
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Appignani Humanist Legal Center
The AHLC provides legal assistance to those seeking equal rights for humanists and other secular or religious minorities.
Humanist Legal Center
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Thank Rep. Mendez for his courageous actions and thoughtful words before the Arizona House of Representatives.
Missouri humanist celebrant Gale Fuller is the subject of this feature news article.
“If we’ve legislated politeness, and legitimized the idea that disagreeing with somebody could potentially hurt their feelings, why bother to discuss anything?” asks the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).
Why are academics in movies invariably men? Is there something masculine about scholarship or good writing, and will we ever manage to degender rationality itself?
The First-Prize Winner of the 2012 Humanist Essay Contest writes that cheating is just one symptom of a system “that throws learning under the bus and turns testing into a kind of religion.” PLUS: Check out our list of all the winning essays!
Leading by Example: A Conversation with AHA President Rebecca Hale and Humanist Activist Todd Stiefel
The American Humanist Association’s new leader discusses fundamentalism in Colorado Springs, her split with the Unitarian church, and her plans for the AHA, including enhanced programs for young humanists.