In Memoriam, Deo Ssekitoleko – Representative of Center for Inquiry International  – Uganda

In Memoriam, Deo Ssekitoleko – Representative of Center for Inquiry International  – Uganda – by Scott Douglas Jacobsen. Continue reading

Asylum Alaikum: Freedom Finders and Keepers, Ex-Muslim Doha Mooh

*Her Arabic script is at the bottom.* By Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Melissa Krawczyk  Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for you? Doha Mooh: There is meant to be a real life, whether early on, or later, but in Saudi, there is no life for a woman. Frequently she has no … Continue reading

Please don’t let atheists fall for the latest conspiracy

I’m not one to make Christmas wish lists or even New Year’s Resolutions (well, besides the BC Humanist Association’s call for a Secular BC in 2019, which you should all sign and support) but I do have one wish for the coming weeks: Please don’t let atheists buy into this … Continue reading

SCS: The Accommodation Project

Here is an announcement from Secular Connexion Séculière (SCS): Secular Connexion Séculière (SCS) is providing atheist parents with information regarding accommodations to protect the right of their children to freedom from religion.   In Ontario schools accommodations are made for religious practices on a regular basis. These include dietary, dress code, … Continue reading

Humanists & atheists should cheer the new BC Human Rights Commission

Inside the front cover of the latest edition of Humanist Perspectives is a column from the magazine’s editor Madeline Weld. In the piece she mocks a trans woman for filing a human rights complaint against a tanning lounge here in British Columbia. Weld goes on to deadname the woman, despite her withdrawing her … Continue reading

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