By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Bwambale Musubaho Robert is the School Director of the Kasese Humanist School (Rukoki/Muhokya/Kahendero). Here we talk about his life, views, and work. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How do Humanists get stereotyped in primary and second schools? Robert Bwambale: People think humanists are devilish, satanic, devil worshipper, ritualistic, non-believers, worshippers of science, Illuminati, homosexuals… Read more »
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 22-Feb-2020 to 28-Feb-2020.
— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Immoh Obot is a certified fire officer. He is also a computer programmer and a freelance creative writer. Here we talk about his story, his life. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is family and cultural background? Some of the relevant details to provide a rounded perspective on you. Immoh: I was born in… Read more »
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 15-Feb-2020 to 21-Feb-2020.
— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Dalton McCart is the President of the Missouri State University-Springfield Secular Student Alliance. Here we talk about his story and work on secular activism. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is family background, e.g., geography, culture, language, and religion or lack thereof? Dalton McCart: My family background is from the American South/Midwest. I… Read more »
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Takudzwa Mazwienduna is the informal leader of Zimbabwean Secular Alliance and a member of the Humanist Society of Zimbabwe. This educational series will explore secularism in Zimbabwe from an organizational perspective, and some more. Here we talk about helping adolescents. — Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Teenagehood is a tough time of life. Lots of… Read more »