Ed Brayton working the registration table at the 2014 FBB conference he organized

Pictured: Ed Brayton working the registration table for FBB's 2014 Humanism at Work conference he spearheaded Ed, I hope you get to read this while it’s still a “news of my death has been greatly exaggerated” situation. (I can say that to a comedian, right?) Being flooded with the love, respect, and gratitude folks feel for you…

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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 have been violently stolen. We know some of their names: Tony McDade. George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Atatiana Jefferson. Eric Garner. Tamir…

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June 30th was National Whistleblower Appreciation Day in the United States, marked by a unanimous Senate resolution to commemorate the sacrifices whistleblowers have sustained to protect the public interest. The day falls on the anniversary of the passage of the world's first whisteblower law to allow dispensation for individuals to expose injustices, the passage of…

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This article is part of a series written by guest contributors exploring how to incorporate humanist values into their everyday lives. The opinions expressed in this article may not necessarily express those of Foundation Beyond Belief, its staff, or donors.  Most theists believe in an afterlife. Humanists don’t. Death connects us all, though, in the most…

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Due to a technical issue on our blog, we were unable to post these articles as they were being written. We apologize for the delay. This article originally ran at Applied Sentience. If you are interested in being a part of the 2016-2017 Humanist Action: Ghana, we are currently accepting applications. You can find all…

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