Interview with Coreen Plawa of the Santa Fe Atheist Community

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Coreen Plawa is part of the Santa Fe Atheist Community. Here we discuss her background and some of the community. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you become intrigued and involved in secular issues? Coreen Plewa: I read Bertrand Russell as an adolescent and subsequently read a … Continue reading

Interview with Luke Douglas – Executive Director, Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Luke Douglas is the Executive Director of the Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix. Here we talk about his relevant background, and his community, and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s start with some background, either family or personal, what are some salient details and stories? Luke Douglas: I’m a … Continue reading

Interview with Tad Beaty of the Chatanooga Humanist Assembly

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Tad Beaty is a Member of the Chatanooga Humanist Assembly. Here we talk about his relevant background, and his community, and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s start with some background, either family or personal, what are some salient details and stories? Tad Beaty: So I grew up … Continue reading

Interview with Tee Rogers (Humanist Chaplain) of BE. Orlando Humanist Fellowship

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Tee Rogers is a Humanist Chaplain and a Member of the BE. Orlando Humanist Fellowship. Here we talk about BE., secularism and humanism in Orlando, the mission and mandate of the organization, its impacts on the community, and more. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Why was BE. founded? … Continue reading

Ask Mandisa 28 – Rhyme in the History, and Punishment of the Liturgy: Presumed Betrayal of Community

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

Interview with Moses Klein – Spokesperson, Humanist Association of Toronto

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Moses Klein is a Spokesperson for the Humanist Association of Toronto Here we talk about the community of humanists in the largest city in Canadian society. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was personal and family background regarding culture, geography, language, and religion or lack thereof? Moses Klein: My … Continue reading

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