Humanist and Secular Resources

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.

The Latinx Humanist Alliance — was cre­at­ed to advance the inter­ests of the Latinx human­ist com­mu­ni­ty and to serve as an advi­so­ry coun­cil to the American Humanist Association.

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!

Know Your Rights from Americans United — The fol­low­ing guides were cre­at­ed to help students/teachers/parents Know Your Rights about reli­gious free­dom in pub­lic schools.

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.

Humanists International (for­mer­ly 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.