How Roe v. Wade’s Overturn Impacts Our Work

On Friday, June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court overturned the ruling from the 1973 case, Roe v Wade1. Roe v. Wade had been a landmark case guaranteeing abortion as a constitutional right. The Supreme Court’s most recent decision has triggered abortion bans in 13 states, with more to follow.

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April Service Team Roundup!

Teams in our Food Security Project (FSP) reported 42 events in April, serving 12,719 individual beneficiaries and giving out at least 7,577 meals! Additional GO Humanity Service Teams (GO Teams) held 21 more service events.

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Self-Care for Activists & Volunteers

When we’re in the thick of the fight, advocating for others, raising our voices for the voiceless, it’s possible to nearly forget ourselves and the needs we still have. The needs we are seeking to provide others with are indeed dire, but we can’t help others unless we help ourselves.

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January Beyond Belief Network Roundup!

Teams in our Food Security Project (FSP) held 52 events in January, distributing 24,495 pounds of food and serving 12,197 individual beneficiaries! Additional teams in the Beyond Belief Network (BBN) held 13 events.

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A Very Humanist New Year

In the wake of a tumultuous 2021, we are all looking toward 2022 with understandable trepidation. As humanists, we hope humankind will see a period of relief after the storm for families suffering through the pandemic with food insecurity and economic hardship.

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Join Our Fireside Chat with Nadya Hutchin

Nadya Dutchin—the new Executive Director of American Humanist Association—has more than 10 years experience in community engagement, strategic partnership, youth program development, multi-method fundraising, and change management experience. She’s known for using her voice within nonprofits to highlight the fact that challenges like the climate crisis and medical disparity cannot be addressed without acknowledging their…

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