Secular Groups Oppose Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Nomination

The American Ethical Union stands for the freedom of individuals to practice their religion and for a strong constitutional separation between US...
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Faith Spotted Eagle is 2018 Elliott-Black Award Winner

Faith Spotted Eagle is a 69 year old grandmother who lives on Ihanktonwan Dakota Territory (Yankton Sioux) in Southeastern South Dakota. She is a...
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We Will “March for Our Lives”

by Shannon Rose “Shay” Eaton, youth leader of the Susquehanna Valley Ethical Society This Saturday, March 24, 2018, marks a very important...
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Humanism and Anti-Blackness

by Bart Worden, Executive Director of American Ethical Union, originally published on TheHumanist.com How do you explain the lack of success of...
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Join Secular Values Voter campaign

Emily Newman, AEU Communications Coordinator Are you disappointed with the various forms of voter suppression trying to silence people of color’s...
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Genocide of Rohingya People

Bob Gordon, Ethical Action Committee The American Ethical Union (AEU) abhors the actions of the government of Myanmar, which is committing...
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Developing Ethical Action Campaigns

by Bart Worden, AEU Executive Director At the 2017 AEU Skills Summit, one of the workshops we offered was “Developing Ethical Action Campaigns”...
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OFF Act Details

The American Ethical Union has worked with Food and Water Watch on several climate actions including the March for a Clean Energy Revolution...
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NoVES Statement on Immigration

On October 24th, Govind Nair, Co-chair of the Northern Virginia Ethical Society (NoVES) Adult Enrichment And Civic Action Committee, gave...
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Increasing Inclusivity with the Know Your Neighbor

Earlier this year, the American Ethical Union became part of Know Your Neighbor (KYN), a coalition of over 80 religious and humanist groups...
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As an African American Lesbian Woman, I Will Not Be Quiet

Lujira Cooper, Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture I am, as one can see, an African American woman. What is invisible is I am seventy years old...
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Sharing Our Story with “Know Your Neighbor”

In July 2017 we particpated in the Know Your Neighbor campaign to share stories demonstrating the importance of interfaith work and discussions....
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