An Interview with Bwambale Robert Musubaho— School Director, Kasese Humanist Primary School

How did you become involved in humanism? When was the moment, or series of moments, that eventually led into you becoming an open humanist? In the early years of 2000 I became critical of religion, in the year 2000 when I started being skeptical about the natural world and things … Continue reading

Extended Interview with Pat O’Brien: Ex-President of Humanist Canada and the British Columbia Humanist Association

In terms of geography, culture, and language, where does your family background reside? Vancouver B.C. Your biographic information from the Center for Inquiry Canada (CFIC/CFI Canada) website describes brief personal information about the pivotal moment for your transformation into a skeptic mentality, as follows: At the age of 8 when … Continue reading

An Interview with James Croft, Leader of The Ethical Society of St. Louis

Was there a family background in humanism? I grew up in a nonreligious home, and although neither of my parents identified explicitly as humanists, humanist values were very much a part of how I was raised. Both my parents are extremely nonjudgmental and supportive of the fair and equal treatment … Continue reading

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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 14-Oct-2017 to 20-Oct-2017.

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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 16-Sep-2017 to 22-Sep-2017.

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