Humanity at Work · Compassionate Humanists supporting charities worldwide
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
The Radical Past and Present of Mutual Aid
In the past couple months, you may have noticed an explosion of mutual aid societies responding to the COVID-19 pandemic—groups which share housing, food, health care, goods, or transportation while drawing attention to the politics ...
Coronavirus, COVID-19, mutual aid
As recently brought to the public consciousness by journalistic experiments like the New York Times’ 1619 Project, August 2019 marks 400 years since the first documented arrival of Africans in English-colonized America at Point Comfort, Virginia. These ...
1619, race, slavery, white supremacy
Social Responsibility & Justice: Why I Serve on FBB’s Board
In March 2016, I joined FBB’s board of directors. Earlier that year, I had met executive director Noelle George at the Secular Social Justice Conference (SSJCon) in Houston. At the time, I was a newbie ...
#SSJCon, #SSJCon2018, FBB Board, Secular Social Justice Conference
Interview: Sikivu Hutchinson, Humanism at Work Speaker
In anticipation of this year's Humanism at Work conference, to be held in Boston on July 25, we are interviewing some of the people who will be speaking there. Up now is our Keynote Speaker, Sikivu ...
The Forked Road Ahead: African Americans for Humanism Conference
By Sikivu HutchinsonEditor of blackfemlens.orgThe L.A. Times news item was buried at the bottom of the page in the bloodlessly tiny print reserved for marginalia. A 7-year-old black girl named Aiyanna Jones had been murdered ...
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