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
According to The News Minute, a case has been filed against babu Gogineni for hurting religious sentiments. Many rationalists and humanists have expressed solidarity with Gogineni. Continue reading
Professor Anthony Pinn is the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities at Rice University. He earned his B.A. from Columbia University, and M.Div. and Ph.D. in the study of religion from Harvard University. He is an author, humanist, and public speaker. Continue reading
Nsajigwa I Mwasokwa (Nsajigwa Nsa’sam) founded Jichojipya (meaning with new eye) to “Think Anew”. We have talked before about freethought in Tanzania. Here we continue the discussion on the creation of community for the non-religious. Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, British Columbia Humanist Association executive director Ian Bushfield (coincidentally interviewed just last week) has been using the weekly newsletter to explain the concept of humanism.
More than anything else, I really want to spend more time talking about the fundamentals of Humanism this year. Continue reading