Activism for Noura Hussein Hammad

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen A 19-year-old, Noura Hussein Hammad, from Sudan has been sentenced to death for the killing of a man. Hammad killed the man in self-defense while being raped. The context is a forced marriage while a child/teenager and so forced child marriage, marital rape while being held down … Continue reading

Sodfa Daaji on the Urgent Case of Noura Hussein Hammad

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Sodfa Daaji is the Chairwoman of the Gender Equality Committee and the North Africa Coordinator for the Afrika Youth Movement. Here we talk about Noura Hussein Hammad’s urgent case. The hashtag: #JusticeForNoura. Daaji’s email if you would like to sign: daajisodfa.pr@gmail.com. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is the baseline description of Hammad’s … Continue reading

Free Hearts, Free Minds GoFundMe

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen A new organization has been founded by the Canadian former or ex-Muslim Yasmine Mohammed. Mohammed is an ex-Muslim activist, author, instructor, and podcaster. She wrote From Al Qaeda to Atheism. In early life, Mohammed was beaten because of a failure to memorize the Quran at times. Then she … Continue reading

E4D Needs Some More Donors/Champions

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Evidence for Democracy or E4D needs some more champions or monthly donors to support their cause. The cause of evidence-based policies and decision-making. That accomplished through an informed public and government. It seems best to have people with the ability to discern scientific sense from nonsense. Same with … Continue reading

Interview with Mandisa Thomas – Founder, Black Nonbelievers, Inc.

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  Mandisa Thomas is the Founder of Black Nonbelievers, Inc. One of, if not the, largest organization for African-American or black nonbelievers or atheists in America. The organization is intended to give secular fellowship, provide nurturance and support for nonbelievers, encourage a sense of pride in irreligion, and … Continue reading

Human Rights Watch – Peaceful Dissidents Imprisoned in Saudi Arabia

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Human Rights Watch reported on Fahad al-Fahad, a Saudi human rights activist, who has been in prison since April of 2016. All charges are related to peaceful activism. There are over 20 prominent Saudi activists in long-term prison sentences due to similar peaceful activities, related to protest. Some include … Continue reading

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