Welcome, Ethical Humanists of Atlanta!

The Society Development Team is thrilled to announce that the American Ethical Union Board of Directors has officially accepted the Ethical...
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Humanists Warn of Climate Change Emergency

At the UN Human Rights Council, Humanists International asserted the urgent need to accept climate science, and to face squarely the potentially...
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Response to The Atlantic article on secular churches

As clergy for the Ethical Societies of the American Ethical Union, we were excited to read Faith Hill’s article They Tried to Start a Church...
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Atheists Respond to US Border and Detention Crisis

(Tues., July 9, 2019) Barker, TX. – As alarming news about conditions at the US-Mexico border continues to intensify, international secular...
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We Celebrated Edward L. Ericson

At the 104th AEU Assembly, held in Tampa, FL June 20-23, 2019, we honored longtime member and Leader Emeritus Edward L. Ericson with the Felix...
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Marjory Stoneman Douglas wins 2019 Elliott-Black Award

The American Ethical Union is proud to announce that our 2019 Elliott-Black Award will be presented to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School...
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AEU now offers Individual Membership

We’re excited to offer Individual Membership with the American Ethical Union! There are many reasons to join. Which sounds most like you? I...
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Ethical Culture Leaders attend the second Humanist Collaboratory!

By Amanda Poppei, Senior Leader, Washington Ethical Society In March I spent several days hosting the Humanist Clergy & Organizer...
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Edward L. Ericson wins Felix Adler Lifetime Achievement Award

We’re pleased to announce that Edward L. Ericson will receive the Felix Adler Lifetime Achievement Award at the 104th American Ethical Union...
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Teens at the 2019 YES Conference Explore Prison Reform

Sophia B., president, YES 2020 On the weekend of March 1, 41 teens came together in St. Louis for this year’s YES (Youth of Ethical Societies)...
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Wall of Remembrance

Compiled from Societies’ newsletters and websites, and newspaper obituaries Henry “Fritz” N. Williams (Baltimore) – Fritz...
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The 400 Years Project

On January 1st of this year, I began a project marking the 400th year since the first people were brought against their will to the North...
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