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Category Archive: human rights and secular humanism

May 25 2012

Return of the Welfare Queens: Feminism, Secularism, Anti-Racism

Cramped quarters

By Sikivu Hutchinson The percentage of white feminists who are concerned about racism is still a minority of the movement, and even within this minority those who are personally sensitive and completely serious about formulating an activist challenge to racism are fewer still.  Barbara Smith, Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology In the American imagination, …

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Oct 15 2011

Atheism for the New Millennium

By Naima Cabelle Washington In his autobiography, Mirror to America, Dr. John Hope Franklin writes, “From the very beginning of my own involvement in the academy, the goal I sought was to be a scholar with credentials as impeccable as I could achieve. At the same time I was determined to be as active as …

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