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The Sentencing Project
The Sentencing Project has over 30 years of experience in the field of fair and equitable sentencing practices. They work under a series of important and often overlapping key ideas: fair sentencing, incarceration, felony disenfranchisement, ...
Community Change, Inc.
Community Change, Inc approaches, racism, racial relations, and racial responsibility, from the perspective that racial inequalities are a white problem. This approach, borne out of the civil rights movement, galvanized Community Change Inc’s founder Horace ...
Community Change Inc
First in the Family Scholarship Fund
The Black Skeptics of Los Angeles was founded in 2010 “as a community-based organization promoting education, advocacy and media outreach for black secularists of all persuasions.” BSLA publishes articles on a broad range of issues pertaining to ...
FBB proud to announce AHA partnership and racial justice volunteer opportunity
Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB) is excited to announce the American Humanist Association (AHA) as the first Beyond Belief Network National Partner. Beyond Belief Network is FBB’s collective of over 125 freethought organizations putting compassionate humanism ...
American Humanist Association, Showing Up For Racial Justice
A Call to End State-Sanctioned Violence
An uprising for racial justice is sweeping the country. News and videos of state-sanctioned violence have flooded our televisions and social media, raising our awareness of the countless Black men, women, and children whose lives ...
Ahmaud Arbery, atatiana jefferson, black lives matter, black nonbelievers, black skeptics of la, defund the police, eric garner, george floyd, houston bail fund, humanism, pure justice, Racial Justice, racism, sanctioned violence, tamir rice, women of color beyond belief
Running with Maud and direct action against sanctioned violence
FBB is changing the distance of our staff’s Week Of Action charity 5k to 2.23 miles in solidarity with the #RunWithMaud campaign. (2.23 miles recognizes February 23rd, the day of Ahmaud Aubrey's racially-motivated murder.) The ...
#RunWithMaud, Ahmaud Arbery, Racial Justice, Secular Week of Action
Poverty, Hunger, Racial Inequality Supersized Amid Coronavirus
Before the coronavirus outbreak, food insecurity was already a serious problem in the United States. In 2018, 1 in 9 residents were food insecure—that’s 37 million people, including 11 million children. Poverty already hindered the ...
Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19
400 Years- An Invitation to Mourn, Celebrate, and Imagine
In this blog, former HA: Ghana Ghana volunteer Christian Hayden shares his thoughts on the Year of Return. The “Year of Return, Ghana 2019” is a major campaign inviting the worldwide African Diaspora to return ...
africa, colonialism, diaspora, Ghana, Humanist Service Corps, year of return
International Human Rights Month 2018
December is International Human Rights month, celebrating the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations in 1948. The document states fundamental freedoms all humans are entitled to including freedom from discrimination ...
Girls Not Brides, Proyecto Matria, The Sentencing Project, The Trace
Sentencing Project works toward fair justice system
Featured Image: The Sentencing Project Executive Director Marc Mauer at an emergency rally. If you pay attention to the news at all, it won’t surprise you that the legal system in the United States is ...
The Sentencing Project
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