The Atheists of Color list has been updated! Thanks so much to everyone who posted suggestions for new inclusions, and provided updated information on the existing list.
Quick update for those who aren’t familiar: A couple of years ago, I compiled a list of prominent atheists of color, and organizations of atheists of color, here on this blog. I did this for a number of reasons: mostly so that conference organizers, event organizers for local and student groups, anthology editors, bloggers, journalists, and people who are simply participants in the atheist community could easily be made familiar with the work of a wider range of atheists… a range that’s more diverse, and more reflective of the actual makeup of the atheist community. (tl;dr: Conference organizers, you no longer have an excuse. ) And hopefully, atheists of color who see the list will feel less isolated, and will be better able to find resources and community.
The list had gotten somewhat out of date, so I asked readers to comment with suggestions for additions to the list, updated info, etc. Readers came through, and the list is now all shiny and new.
If anyone knows of any other additions or changes, please suggest them at any time. And thanks again to everyone for making this happen!