Join us tomorrow for a chat about Humanist Action: Ghana

Humanist Action: Ghana is FBB’s locally-led program empowering women and alleviating poverty in Ghanaian communities. TOMORROW: we’ve got big news about Humanist Action: Ghana. The program is hitting a major milestone in growing its impact, and we’re fulfilling a pledge we made to keep our work abroad ethical and anti-colonial. We’ll also get you caught…

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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 of inequity. The idea is nothing new. Frequently-cited historical examples of mutual aid organizations include unions, 19th century Friendly Societies,…

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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 to Ghana.  The year chosen commemorates 400 years since the first enslaved African arrived in Jamestown, Virginia. A few historians…

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Decolonizing Service

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 I’m going to focus on what "decolonizing service" means in the context of Ghana, because of Foundation Beyond Belief’s work…

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