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Ghana's 60th Independence Day
Today our Humanist Action: Ghana team is in Ghana as it celebrates its 60th Independence Day anniversary. To learn more about Ghana's Independence Day, click here. You can also learn more about the history and ...
Welcome Quarter 1 Beneficiaries!
Welcome to 2020 and welcome to our first quarter beneficiaries! This quarter we are re-featuring two previous Compassionate Impact Grant beneficiaries and two brand new beneficiaries. Pueblo a Pueblo’s values to counteract the effects of ...
my sister's house, pueblo a pueblo, stand.earth, tandana foundation
Frederick Douglass' Freedom
This week in history, formerly enslaved abolitionist Frederick Douglass bluntly criticized the failure of American commitments to "freedom" in several Independence Day addresses. "The Meaning of July 4th for the Negro" was delivered to a ...
fourth of july, frederick douglass, immigrant detention, independence day, slavery
Monthly BBN Roundup
Foundation Beyond Belief’s Beyond Belief Network is a network of secular humanist groups volunteering in their communities and raising money for FBB’s featured charities and programs. Any group with a public secular humanist or atheist identity is ...
a safe place, beyond belief network, Center for Inquiry - Michigan, Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT), family and friends humanist crew, Humanist Community of Central Ohio, new orleans secular humanist association (NOSHA), Secular Humanists of Roanoke, volunteering
Beneficiary guest blog: Everybody Solar
Over the past few decades, global climate change has demonstrated dramatic effects on the environment and local populations, at an increasing rate. Scientists are predicting increases in the frequency and severity of major catastrophes, including: ...
Allen Youth Center, Boise Bicycle Project, Charging Buffalo House, climate change, Everybody Solar, green energy, homebody industries, Homeboy Industries, solar
The following blog has been adapted by FBB staff from Wendy Webber's 6/7/19 speech at the American Humanists Association Annual Conference. Decolonizing service is a huge topic. I can only scratch the surface today, so ...
colonization, humanist service
World Bicycle Relief (WBR) mobilizes people through “The Power of Bicycles.” They envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to independence and livelihood. Stella’s story is an inspirational snapshot from WBR about ...
World Bicycle Relief
Humanist Grants present evidence-based solutions in new beneficiaries
Foundation Beyond Belief’s Humanist Grants program chose four beneficiaries this quarter that highlight the use of evidence-based solutions in their methodology. Our new Poverty and Health beneficiary, World Bicycle Relief, lives by the motto, “Do ...
HIPPY USA, SkyTruth, The Center for Victims of Torture, World Bicycle Relief
American Privilege in Ghana
I’ve never really liked the United States. Growing up in a Native household gave me a weird relationship with the United States, as I think it does for many Natives. I grew up hearing about ...
Even as temperatures soar, BBN teams committed to service
Foundation Beyond Belief’s Beyond Belief Network is a network of secular humanist groups volunteering in their communities and raising money for FBB’s featured charities and programs. Any group with a public secular humanist or atheist ...
Austin Atheists Helping the Homeless, Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT), Corpus Christi Atheists, Fellowship of Freethought Dallas, Humanist Alliance Philippines International (HAPI), Humanists Doing Good, Minnesota Atheists, Pennsylvania Nonbelievers, Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry, South Jersey Humanists, Springfield Skeptics, Tri-State Freethinkers
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