Tag Archives: International Humanist and Ethical Youth Organisation

An Interview with Julia Julstrom-Agoyo — Secretary & Treasurer of Americas Working Group of IHEYO

by | February 1, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Let’s delve a little bit into your background to provide a foundation for the conversation. Do you have a family background or only a personal background? Julia Julstrom-Agoyo: A family background, my mom loves to tell the story about how she grew up in Lima, Peru and at the age… Read more »

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An Interview with Wade Kaardal, Chairperson of the Asian Working Group for IHEYO

by | November 8, 2017

Was there a family background in humanism and skepticism? To be honest, no. My family, being ethnically Norwegian, has strong ties to the Lutheran church, going back generations. My great grandfather was a missionary in Africa. Of course, he was an older kind of missionary, meaning his mission was in part to better the physical… Read more »

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An Interview with Anya Overmann, Communications Officer of IHEYO

by | October 22, 2017

*This interview has been mildly edited for clarity and readability.* Tell us about yourself — family background, culture, first language, and religious/humanist background. I was born and raised in St. Louis. My parents were raised Catholic. Independently, they decided Catholicism and Christianity were not for them. They didn’t want to follow that any further.

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An Interview with Emily Newman — Communications Coordinator at American Ethical Union

by | September 15, 2017

  As our correspondence has unfolded, I have discovered that, not only you but, your family is steeped in ethical humanism, and ethical societies. So what is the deal? Where did your family first come into contact with ethical humanism? My parents were married at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture by an Ethical Culture… Read more »

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