One thing that I think we really need is an infrastructure. By that I mean, we need layers, psychologist, psychiatrists, medical doctors, dentists and individuals from all aspects of society that we can refer to in order to help…"
Tuesday, September 28, 6:30 pmCramton Auditorium, Howard University, Washington, DCFaith has traditionally played a significant role among African Americans, while science has been marginalized. It is time to confront the issues that have kept Blacks out of the halls of science and confined to the pews. Richard Dawkins along with Anthony Pinn, Sikivu Hutchinson, and others will meet at Howard University to discuss the issues surrounding science within the Black Community as well as the…See More
How do we connect a movement of reason, science, ethics, critical and creative thinking with African Americans, communities of color in general, and women?How do we build scholarship and share understanding that leads to action and social justice?Join us in a dialog with Diane Griffin, Managing Director of the Institute for Humanist Studies. She'll share her own journey from theism, through supernaturalism, to secular humanism. She'll also share her work with the I.H.S: A Humanist Think Tank to…See More
The purpose of this group is to explore, debate, and share how various religions have impacted African/Black communities throughout the world. Membership is not limited to African/Black atheists or believers.