Here are some collected links of Humanist and secular community resources:
American Humanist Association – For over 75 years, the AHA has proudly served as the leading progressive voice in America on behalf of humanists, atheists, agnostics, and freethinkers.
Humanism and Its Aspirations: Humanist Manifesto III, a Successor to the Humanist Manifesto of 1933 – a primary document expressing the current Humanist consensus.
Appignani Humanist Legal Center – The AHLC’s team of attorneys, through trial and appellate litigation, amicus activity, and other legal work, provide the zealous advocacy that humanists and others need to defend constitutional rights and strengthen the wall of separation between church and state.
The Center for Freethought Equality – a sister organization of the American Humanist Association dedicated to lobbying and political advocacy.
The Black Humanist Alliance – While we concern ourselves with confronting expressions of religious hegemony in public policy, the BHA is also devoted to confronting social, economic, and political deprivations that disproportionately impact Black America due to centuries of culturally ingrained prejudices.
Feminist Humanist Alliance – a national network of women, genderqueer and trans people committed to the principles of humanism and inclusive feminism.
LGBTQ Humanist Alliance – a forum for LGBTQ humanists and allies to come together, build community, exchange ideas, promote the humanist philosophy and values, and work together to achieve full social and civil equality of LGBTQ persons.
The AHA Center for Education – The center offers a wide range of programs designed for humanists across the spectrum. Our programs take an innovative approach to teaching humanism and fostering ethical leadership for the humanist movement.
The Humanist Society – The Society prepares Humanist Celebrants to lead ceremonial observances across the nation and worldwide, providing millions a meaningful alternative to traditional religious weddings, memorial services, and other life cycle events.
The International Darwin Day Foundation – celebrates the discoveries and life of Charles Darwin — the man who first described biological evolution via natural selection with scientific rigor.
FreeThought Action – to encourage the continuing growth, open engagement, and public acceptance of a Freethought community in American society.
Humanist Disaster Recovery – serves as a focal point for the humanist response to major natural disasters and complex humanitarian crises all over the world.
Boycott the Pledge – Whether you are religious or not, you can make a statement for true inclusiveness. Support liberty and justice for all, and support indivisibility. Stand up for America by sitting down during the Pledge of Allegiance boycott until the inclusive version is restored.
Humanist Chaplaincies – provides consultation, preside over ceremonies, and offer opportunities for educational outreach and community service projects to nonreligious students and members of the armed forces.
Kids Without God – a site for the millions of young people around the world who have embraced science, rejected superstition, and are dedicated to being Good Without A God!
The National Day of Reason – With the religious right’s influence in Congress, and with the threat to our Judiciary looming large, there has never been as important a moment in which to affirm our commitment to the Constitutional separation of religion and government, and to celebrate Reason as the guiding principle of our secular democracy.
The Center for Inquiry (CFI)– a community of freethinkers, atheists, humanists, and non-believers who question and challenge the extraordinary claims of religion, pseudoscience, and the paranormal.
The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) – We are the global representative body of the humanist movement, uniting a diversity of non-religious organisations and individuals.
Freedom from Religion Foundation – works as an umbrella for those who are free from religion and are committed to the cherished principle of separation of state and church. They also have a legal department that will send letters or file lawsuits for church and state issues.
Secular Coalition for America – a 501(c)(4) nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to amplifying the diverse and growing voice of the nontheistic community in the United States. Our 19 voting coalition member organizations are established 501(c)(3) nonprofits who serve atheists, agnostics, humanists, freethinkers and other nontheistic Americans.
Secular Student Alliance – empowers secular students to proudly express their identity, build welcoming communities, promote secular values, and set a course for lifelong activism.
ACLU of Ohio – our state branch of the organization that defends all our civil rights. If you believe your rights have been violated then contact them.