Microfinancing African Secularism

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen The Brighter Brains Institute or Humanists Global based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, California in the United States of America wants to assist with the development of the atheist community within various African nation-states. This is through microfinancing. Microfinancing or the gifting of microfunds … Continue reading

Ask Kim 1 – Sir/Madam, We Have a Quest for You

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Kim Newton, M.Litt. is the Executive Director of Camp Quest Inc. (National Support Center). We will learn some more about Camp Quest in an educational series. Here we talk about the popular activities for the kids and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: With respect to the national organizational … Continue reading

Interview with Chrissy Helton – President, Tri-State Freethinkers

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Chrissy Helton is the President of the Tri-State Freethinkers. Here we talk about her background, presidency, views, and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s start from the top then. How did you become involved in free thought and the free thought community? Chrissy Helton: I’ve grown up always … Continue reading

Interview with Alyssa Jorgensen – (Incoming) President, Secular Students at Virginia Tech

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Alyssa Jorgensen is the (incoming) President of the Secular Students at Virginia Tech, formerly the Freethinkers at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. Here we talk about personal background, the new role, and the rebranding of the organization. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for … Continue reading

Interview with Marissa Torres Langseth – Founder & Chairwoman Emeritus, HAPI

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Marissa Torres Langseth is the Founder and Chairwoman Emeritus of HAPI – Humanist Alliance Philippines, International.  Here we talk about HAPI, secular women, and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What triggered the original formation of PATAS and then HAPI? Marissa Torres Langseth: I do not need fame nor fortune. … Continue reading

Foraging Nightclubs: Next Level in Sharia Policing in Abuja?

By Leo Igwe As I have earlier noted, raiding Caramelo nightclub was not about law enforcement. It was not a move to rectify an illegal use of a property or to combat noise pollution or traffic challenge in the city. The Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) used these reasons to mask … Continue reading

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