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Week of 9/27/21 Anna Orcutt-Jahns American Ethical Union

Read More American Ethical Union Anti-racism opportunities Thanks to my wife Ruthanne’s recommendation, I’ve recently finished reading Pauli Murray’s memoir, “Proud Shoes.” Murray was an amazingly talented individual who had a powerful intellect, deep commitment to ethics, and was fearlessly persistent in her drive for justic…

8 insights from an open discussion on humanist volunteering FBB Foundation Beyond Belief

Read More Foundation Beyond Belief Each month FBB hosts a live Fireside Chat with grantees, volunteers, and friends. The last session was an informal open discussion with volunteers and team leaders in our Beyond Belief Network. A number of great insights bubbled to the top of this free-flowing discussion! #1) When volunteering, one becomes an …

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Congratulations Humanist Action: Ghana vocational training graduates! FBB Foundation Beyond Belief

Read More Foundation Beyond Belief Our Humanist Action: Ghana program (soon to become a Ghanaian NGO) just presented certificates to graduates in its vocational training program! This anti-poverty program trains young people near the town of Cape Coast the trade of sewing and gives them resources to start their own business. 10 trainees have trained …

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What I Want to Give Women in Northern Ghana FBB and Yvonne Stennicke-Larsen, Humanist Action: Ghana Foundation Beyond Belief

Read More Foundation Beyond Belief The Northern region is the largest region in Ghana. It is also the poorest. Although there has been some increase in access to education and modern infrastructure, the region still has a long way to go in terms of women’s rights. Women in some parts of Northern Ghana do not have the …

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The Women Who Changed Science: Anna Reser & Leila McNeill on Skeptical Inquirer Presents, Sept. 30 Paul Fidalgo News | Center for Inquiry

Read More News | Center for Inquiry Forces of Nature: The Women Who Changed Science, with Anna Reser & Leila McNeill From the ancient world to the present, women have been critical to the progress of science, yet their importance has been overlooked, and their stories have been lost, distorted, or actively suppressed. It’s time …

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