Tagged: politics


Interfaith dialogue serves community, especially non-believers

What value is there for interfaith dialogue between religious believers and non-believers? What can non-believers, secular humanists do to create positive impact in our community? Chelsee Bente, Associate Director of Student Conduct, at California State Channel Islands asked for...


Popping your media bias bubbles

In a war over ideas, we must not only know ourselves but also our opponents. Most of us listen to, read, and talk with people who agree mostly with our worldviews. We lose exposure to diversity. We...


Humanists Resist Trump Agenda

Like others, many humanists resist the Trump agenda and are concerned where the US is heading. We care deeply about what’s happening to democracy, human rights, social justice, equality, sustainability, and other issues in our community, country,...