American Humanist News and Actions
If the Boy Scouts are truly a values-based organization, bigotry can’t be part of the program.
Fayette High School Teacher Hosts Prayer Sessions for Students During School Hours.
Atheist Discrimination Recognized in U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom’s Annual ReportPosted May 01, 2013 at 5:18pm
American Humanist Association applauds inclusion of atheists and other nonbelievers in the report.
Prayers containing Christian references were delivered on 50 plus occasions at meetings held in 2011 and 2012.
The NDoR is raising the visibility of the secular community and setting an example to effect positive change.
The AHA filed a lawsuit challenging a public school's mandatory student assemblies that presented a Christian message.
Transfer credits will be offered by Saybrook University to Humanist Institute graduates.
The Northwest Rankin High School administration clearly violated the First Amendment.
A Massachusetts doctor had his medical license suspended for failing to attend a mandated religious 12-step program.
The AHA urges the Supreme Court to find DOMA and Prop 8 unconstitutional.