Monthly Archive: September 2010

Sep 21 2010

Steve Harvey’s Comments Still Excite Black Humanist

Once again, Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson seems to be taking aim at Steve Harvey. Harvey’s comments regarding his experiences with atheists are “featured” in a promotional ad for an event Hutchinson’s newly formed organization is hosting. The Black Skeptics Group of Los Angeles in promoting the event, An Open Dialogue On Living Morally And Happily Without …

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Sep 20 2010

Black Skeptics Group To Host Los Angeles Event

An Open Dialogue On Living Morally And Happily Without Religion Sunday, November 7, 2010 at 1:00pm Lucy Florence Coffee House 3351 W. 43rd Street Los Angeles, CA “A growing number of blacks are ‘going Godless.’ Steve Harvey says we have no morals, but what about the Catholic Church scandals, predator preachers and Koran-burning crazies? Come …

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Sep 20 2010

Sikivu Hutchinson, Richard Dawkins, Anthony Pinn To Discuss Faith In the Black Community

Black Skeptics Group founder Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson will be participating in the event Dialogue of Reason: Science and Faith in the Black Community on Sept. 28 in Washington, DC. Hutchinson along with famed evolutionary biologist, author & Professor Emeritus Richard Dawkins of Oxford University, Anthony Pinn and others will meet at Howard to discuss the …

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Sep 08 2010

Oratory of Division: A Humanist Response

From The New Humanism Magazine By Sikivu Hutchinson Newt Gingrich’s new book, To Save America: Stopping Obama’s Secular-Socialist Machine, has harsh words for nonbelievers—or at least those who in his view are complicit with the president in a “secular-socialist” conspiracy that imperils the nation’s survival. Since the election of Barack Obama in 2008, conservatives have …

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Sep 07 2010

We Are All Africans by Kwadwo Obeng

Talk given by Kwadwo Obeng, Black Skeptics Group member and author of We Are All Africans on the influence of religious dogma, colonialism and capitalist exploitation on Africa and the diaspora. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/9259708