Monthly Archive: January 2012

Jan 11 2012

Queer Youth of Color Beyond Faith

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  By Sikivu Hutchinson, From The New Humanism At LGBTQ youth conferences it is common to see sunny-faced volunteers from gay-friendly ministries and other faith organizations hovering by tables stocked with attractive promotional literature. Their message is simple: God is merciful, forgiving and accepting of difference. And it is important for queer youth to know …

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Jan 05 2012

Sikivu Hutchinson at Freethought Arizona

Freethought Arizona, Tucson January 22nd @ 10 a.m., Duval Auditorium, 1501 N. Campbell Avenue Sikivu on Culturally Relevant Humanism: Despite media fantasies of post-racialism and post-feminism, the U.S. remains a deeply segregated, separate and unequal nation. The election of President Barack Obama brought heady claims of equality, yet anti-secularist, xenophobic Tea Party-style white nationalism is …

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