August 31, 2023

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

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Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

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Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

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Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com Read More »

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

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Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com Read More »

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com Read More »

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com Read More »

Representation Matters: Representative Ellen Read The Humanist TheHumanist.com

This is part of theHumanist.com’s monthly series highlighting openly nonreligious elected officials across the nation. Because of the work of the Center for Freethought Equality, the political and advocacy arm of the American Humanist Association, there are over 100 elected officials at the local, state, and federal level who identify with the atheist and humanist …

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Red, White & Royal Blue Celebrates Queer Love The Humanist TheHumanist.com

Queer media tends to be deeply humanistic, for reasons that will not surprise queer humanists, and Red, White & Royal Blue (available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video) is no exception to such tendencies. It is, pleasantly enough, an exception to many of the more grim tendencies and pointless tropes that plague queer films and …

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