Political Action for Humanists

A session at American Humanist Association 73rd Annual Conference

Saturday 7th June, 2014

11:00am to 11:45am (EST)

McNeill and Croft will discuss the threats posed by the religious right and how humanists can respond with more effective messaging, strategies, and local organizing to achieve political goals. The Center for Humanist Activism, the Freethought Equality Fund, and the Secular Community Project are three efforts aimed at translating our growing humanist demographic into increased social and political influence.

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Bishop McNeill

Political Coordinator, Center for Humanist Activism

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James Croft

@HGSE doctoral candidate; @HarvardHumanist fellow; speaker, teacher, activist, and inspiration-seeker at http://ROUSEThem.com; proud, gay Humanist. bio from Twitter

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Time 11:00am11:45am EST

Date Sat 7th June 2014

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