Humanist Chaplaincy at American University - Washington, DC

The Chaplaincy helps students to explore Humanism, to put into action its progressive values, & to connect with each other, the community, & the movement.

Nearly 1,000 of AU's 10,000 students are on the Chaplaincy's email list. Join us! The Humanist Chaplaincy at AU is a chapter of Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH.org) and its work involves:

1) offering educational programs, services, & materials to promote the wider understanding of Humanism, its meaning, history, forms, & pragmatic relevance to our lives, as well as its relationships to va

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New Report Reveals Refugees' Profound Economic Contributions and Integration in the United States 06/20/2024

World Refugee Day 6/20: Celebrate & learn about the contributions refugees have made here in the US! Check out the key facts about the skills they bring, the above average proportion of new businesses they start, the taxes they pay, the income they earn & spend here, and their commitment to this country as a secular pluralistic democracy with many freedoms lacking in the nations they left.
Learn more at the American Migration Council:
https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/news/new-report-reveals-refugees-profound-economic-contributions-and-integration-united-states

Please also contribute what you can to help refugees and humanitarian asylum seekers through whichever group you prefer:
the Humanist Chaplaincy at American University - Washington, DC
Amnesty International USA, HIAS, UNHCR, International Crisis Group, or such. Thank you, dear friends & family!

New Report Reveals Refugees' Profound Economic Contributions and Integration in the United States The American Immigration Council unveils a new report highlighting the substantial economic and social impact of refugees in the United States.

What Is Black Humanism? with Dr. Anthony Pinn - American Humanist Association 06/17/2024

Black Humanism is the topic that Prof. Anthony Pinn will present on this Thursday 6/20 at 7pm ET both online and in-person here in DC.
Over the past several decades, there has been increased attention to disbelief within African American communities. The growth in the percentage of the African American population labeled “nones” made this attention unavoidable. However, while statistical information has made it easier to identify African American disbelief in general and African American humanism in particular, what is captured by the label African American humanism—or more popularly Black humanism—has received less attention. Is it a political movement? A social movement? Drawing on his new book, "The Black Practice of Disbelief," Dr. Pinn explores what we might learn about the beliefs and practices of humanism in African American communities by examining it as a new religion.

This event will take place at the Washington Ethical Society -
7750 16th St. NW, Washington, DC 20012 -
and will also be streamed on Zoom. Doors open for the event at 6:30pm ET for people attending in-person, with the full program beginning at 7:00pm ET for virtual attendees. For in-person attendees, there will be a book signing and reception to begin at 8:00pm ET.
Click link below to RSVP and receive the Zoom link.

What Is Black Humanism? with Dr. Anthony Pinn - American Humanist Association Exploring what we might learn about the beliefs and practices of humanism in African American communities by examining it as a new religion.

Join Us at the 2024 SSA National Conference 03/08/2024

The 2024 Secular Student Alliance national conference will be held 6/13-16 at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. SSA's annual conference is the largest gathering of secular students in the country. For students and the entire secular community, this unique conference experience blends amazing speakers, grassroots training, leadership enrichment, and a secular perspective. Learn more and register at

Join Us at the 2024 SSA National Conference Everyone is invited to participate in our national summer 2024 conference, consisting of excellent speakers, grassroots organizing workshops, and leadership training. Please register your interest today and please invite a friend to join you.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Lobbying 101. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 02/07/2024

The American Humanist Association invites you to its ‘Lobbying 101’ webinar on Monday, February 12, 2024 at 7 PM EST. During the Zoom webinar, we will go over the basics of lobbying and why it’s important, teach you how to effectively make your voice heard within our legislative governmental institutions, and will take your questions at the end.

Perhaps the word ‘lobbying’ may seem like a scary or inaccessible concept to you - but believe us when we say that anybody can lobby! Whether you’re an active advocate or just a concerned person interested in finding out what can be done to make the world a better place, learning how to effectively advocate for the issues you care about is a powerful skill and an effective change-making component of our democracy.

This webinar is designed for people at all levels and would be especially beneficial for:
1) Those with little to no lobbying experience or knowledge;
2) Budding advocates;
3) Students or kids with an interest in government and/or advocacy;
4) Those preparing to lobby soon;
5) Everyone!

Please register at:

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Lobbying 101. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. Are you passionate or concerned about a particular cause or issue? Do you want to make your voice heard in Congress, but are unsure how to do so? The American Humanist Association is excited to invite you to our ‘Lobbying 101’ webinar on February 12, 2024 at 7 PM EST. During the Zoom webinar, we...

Afghan humanist student journalist refugee: help!, organized by Binyamin Biber 11/21/2023

An Afghan humanist/atheist college student journalist now a refugee asked me to help him. So I'm asking you all to pitch in what you can to help get him to safety where he can be free to carry on his studies, his journalism, and his life in liberty.
Please be as generous as you can!
Below is the statement I posted for him on GoFundMe, where donations are being collected through the Humanist Chaplaincy:
gofundme.com/f/afghan-humanist-student-journalist-refugee-help

"I am an Afghan humanist/atheist and I fled my country after the Taliban took over again, because they issued a religious order, a fatwa, calling on Taliban forces and even civilian religious extremists to capture or kill all critics of their repressive, violent version of Islam.

"As a student journalist I had written and published articles critical of the Taliban’s previous administration and of the now-former Western allied Afghan government, because that is what journalists do - research and thoughtfully discuss public affairs. I was also known in my community as an atheist/humanist.

"Some of my friends out there may know me as "Professor" or "Danish."
Woost!
I hope you all can help me as generously as you can!
And please spread the word to your other friends.
Thanks! Tashakor!

"Since the Taliban regained power, people like me are being summarily executed by Taliban forces and killed by religious extremists in our communities. Some of my friends were captured and some were killed. So at first I hid myself until I could escape Afghanistan, and then quickly left behind nearly everything - my family and friends, my community and my hopes for an improving Afghanistan, my college studies and my few possessions - to escape being caught and murdered, like other people I knew who had been.

"I am now a refugee in another country where, as a freethinker, I am still at-risk of arrest, deportation, or murder. So I can never safely return to Afghanistan.

"I am now working with other humanists, atheists, and compassionate allies to resettle to a safer, freer, secular and democratic country where I can resume my studies and live my life openly as the person I am - with my fundamental human rights protected. Please help me and others like me to escape Afghanistan and other repressive countries forever and to resettle in freer nations where we can stay alive, and work to aid others in need, like you are doing.

"Thank you with all my heart!
Professor
(really a college student wanting to go back to school :-) "

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The GoFundMe page for "Professor" was created by Binyamin Biber, the Humanist Chaplain at American University in Washington, DC. Professor reached out to me because I work with and help college students who are humanists, atheists, secularists, and the like - including students not at AU.

The Humanist Chaplaincy at AU is a chapter of the US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called the Washington Area Secular Humanists. You can find me, the Chaplaincy, and WASH all online (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc).
The photo shown here is my photo from the Atheist Alliance International website (https://www.atheistalliance.org/blog/letter-from-an-afghan-atheist/).

Funds raised will go into the Chaplaincy's special Aid and Advocacy account at SECU, the State Employees Credit Union in the state of Maryland, where I live. The amount being raised, $16,000 US, is the average amount that resettling a refugee to Canada costs, so that is the amount aimed for, given the Chaplaincy's success this year in helping the first refugee we worked to resettle, who is now happily in Canada, to where we hope to also help his family resettle from their home country. You can see that GFM page under the name Ahmed Kanjoo, and donate there too if you can! (That GFM page is called "Help refugee family unite in Canada".)

The Chaplaincy has already sent funds to Professor to help him with his living expenses, to renew a visa to retain his legal status in the country where he now is, and to have time to work with us on getting him some student and/or humanitarian visa/s to relocate to a safer country than where he now is - and still at-risk. Thus, we chose to list this fundraiser under emergencies, as Professor's life and liberty are still very much in danger.

Thank you for your compassion and generosity!

Afghan humanist student journalist refugee: help!, organized by Binyamin Biber I am an Afghan humanist/atheist and I fled my country after the Tali… Binyamin Biber needs your support for Afghan humanist student journalist refugee: help!

Emergency Response in Israel 10/23/2023

Aid to Palestinians can be most quickly sent through supporting UNWRA, the UN Relief & Works Agency
https://www.unrwausa.org/donate
and to Israeli victims of the 10/7 and recent attacks through HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, which helps immigrants & refugees, non-Jewish & Jewish, in many countries
https://hias.org/emergency-response-israel/ .

Emergency Response in Israel HIAS is working to ensure support for those affected by the Israel–Gaza armed conflict that began October 7, 2023. Learn more about our planned emergency response.

My friend's inspiring life was a reminder: We need to see each other's humanity 10/23/2023

A moving reflection on the humanity of both sides in the Israel-Palestine conflict was just published by my fellow Humanist chaplain and rabbi, Greg Epstein, who I met decades ago when he was a student of mine at the University of Michigan. Greg's the Humanist chaplain at Harvard & MIT, and inspired me to start the Humanist Chaplaincy at AU. His reflection was just published by the Religion News Service at

My friend's inspiring life was a reminder: We need to see each other's humanity (RNS) — It's natural to retreat into our own pain and fear, and to stay there. But then none of us gets the world we long for and deserve.

Israel-Palestine Crisis Relief Fund 10/12/2023

My heart goes out to all of you mourning the death and suffering family and friends and many others you don't know in Israel and Palestine. My heart is also heavy with grief for the thousands who have died and the many more dying day by day. As we feel our way through deep sadness, fear, horror, sympathy, and confusion as to how best to cope and respond, I found two items that helped me that might also help some of you, and I share these items and weblinks below. For now let me just be with you in keeping hope alive in our hearts that we may somehow help achieve a better future of reducing and ending terrorism and the killing of non-combattants on any side of any conflict. May we hold on to compassion even as we struggle against the wrongdoing of any.

Israel-Palestine Crisis Relief Fund A humanitarian crisis is escalating in Israel and Palestine, and thousands of innocent civilians have been killed and injured, while millions remain at risk. Your donation to the Israel-Palestine Crisis Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and long-term support to people in need.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Becoming Hotspots of Belonging in a Lonely World. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 08/07/2023

Loneliness & humanism webinar Th 8/10 @ 6:30pm Eastern. Learn more at https://americanhumanist.org/events/speaking-of-humanism-becoming-hotspots-of-belonging-in-a-lonely-world/
and register at https://americanhumanist-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pVvLAQaHSyCPTTUAdH_YMQ #/registration .

In the midst of a historic loneliness and mental health crisis in the US, we have the opportunity to make a powerful difference by slowing down to be with and for each other as we are, in our daily grinds. By practicing micro-gestures of care - which may seem small - we begin to see big changes in the atmosphere of our spaces. We find purpose in creating space for others to be noticed and encouraged. And we discover mutual relationships forming wherever we are, as our care boomerangs back to us in a virtuous cycle.

Cat Moore is the Director of Belonging at USC (the U of S. CA) working to disrupt a loneliness crisis by empowering students to create belonging through design thinking and micro-gestures of care. She has created an experiential course for students called CLICK! and one for professionals called, “Create a Culture of Belonging.” She speaks, writes and designs immersive experiences across industries from tech to healthcare to the department of defense, drawing from nature ethics and the arts.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Becoming Hotspots of Belonging in a Lonely World. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. Speaker: Cat Moore, Director of Belonging at USC In the midst of a historic loneliness and mental health crisis in the US, we have the opportunity to make a powerful difference by slowing down to be with and for each other as we are, in our daily grinds. By practicing micro-gestures of care--which m...

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists 07/21/2023

SSA scholarship application deadline is 7/31, so get details and apply ASAP:

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists Scholarships for Student Activists SSA Student Activist Scholarships The Secular Student Alliance is now accepting applications for the 2023 Student Activist Scholarships. The scholarships are available to full-time students enrolled in high school or college in the United States and are designed to...

Join Us at the 2023 SSA National Conference 05/30/2023

SSA's 2023 conference is coming up soon on 6/16-18 in St Louis at the University of Missouri. AU grad Sarah Levin will be one of the featured speakers! Get details and register at:

Join Us at the 2023 SSA National Conference Everyone is invited to participate in our national summer 2023 conference, consisting of excellent speakers, grassroots organizing workshops, and leadership training. Please register your interest today and please invite a friend to join you.

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists 05/30/2023

Scholarships for secular student activists are listed on the SSA's website, and the deadline for these is 7/31/23, so check out listings and apply soon!

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists Scholarships for Student Activists SSA Student Activist Scholarships The Secular Student Alliance is now accepting applications for the 2023 Student Activist Scholarships. The scholarships are available to full-time students enrolled in high school or college in the United States and are designed to...

Everyone is invited! 03/01/2023

Abortion rights is SSA's webinar topic on 3/7. Get details and RSVP at

Everyone is invited! Please Join Us For Our Upcoming Virtual Events Feb 16 3/6pm February SSA Member Meeting RSVP Feb 214/7pm Origins Count: Why Evolution is True The Theory of Evolution is the foundation for biology and many other scientific and medical fields. As the famous biologist and Christian Dobzhansky wrote in....

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: January SSA Member Meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. 01/19/2023

The national SSA will hold its first monthly membership meeting of the new year on Thursday 1/19 at 6pm Eastern.
Find out more and register for this Zoom and many others coming up at
https://secularstudents.org/webinars/

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: January SSA Member Meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Our monthly national member meeting is a place to build community among secular students across the country. At these meetings you will: - Grow your leadership skills - Connect with other secular students - Engage with leaders of the secular community and members of our speakers bureau - Stay up to....

12/01/2022

Please help my friend, a human rights activist, refugee, & fellow Humanist, Ahmed Kanjoo, to resettle in a safe, democratic nation. $10 - or whatever you can afford to give - will add up, especially if you spread the word! We've raised nearly $2000 of the $15,000 we need to get Ahmed to Canada, the country that helps the most refugees like him. Human Rights Day is Saturday 12/10, so we'd love to double what we've got so far by then. Please help me help my friend Ahmed! The photo is him with his kids in Pakistan.
Here's the link: https://gofund.me/eaf821a4
Thank you all! ❤ B

10/14/2022

"Reproductive Rights & Secular Humanist Activism"
will be our topic of discussion on
Thursday 10/20 at 7pm in
Mary Graydon Center, Room 247.

Reproductive rights are under attack by the religious right and by those who believe women should be subject to male domination.
The recent US Supreme Court decision reversed Roe vs Wade and its nationwide protection of legal abortion access.
Secular humanists and many other progressives and moderates support reproductive rights and equality for people of all sexes and genders. Please join us to learn more about how we are partners in the struggle to defend reproductive rights in the US & elsewhere.

Check the voter registration deadline in your state 10/09/2022

REGISTER TO VOTE NOW - if you haven't. Deadlines are upon us, starting today 10/9 in Alaska & Rhode Island; then more & more as the days go on. SPREAD THE WORD & GET OUT THE VOTE!
Here's the link to deadlines listed in The Washington Post:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/09/20/voter-registration-deadline-2022/?location=alert
LINKS TO REGISTER ARE PROVIDED IN THE ARTICLE!

Check the voter registration deadline in your state About 20 states will allow same-day voter registration for the 2022 midterm elections. In the others, voters will need to register before the deadlines listed.

Get Out The Youth Vote - Rise 10/04/2022

Voting is key to a healthy democracy, so please register & make your plan to vote, if you haven't already. Encourage your friends and family to do the same. Rise is a national group working to help young people register and learn how to vote according to the various laws affecting how they vote where they are registered. Learn more, get the app, and help Get Out The Vote!
Election Day is 11/8. Let's do what we can so progressives win!

https://risefree.org/get-out-the-student-vote/

Get Out The Youth Vote - Rise College students & young voters can decide elections. In 2020, we mobilized more than 100,000+ college students and young voters in key battleground districts and states including in California, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. In partnership with BallotReady, we created...

09/15/2022

Join us on Th 9/22/22 for our New Member Welcoming 7-9pm - in MGC 245 if it's hot or rainy outside; or if it's nice out, then we'll meet in the SE corner of the Quad by Kay & Kerwin - look for our yard sign by the shade trees.

The Humanist Chaplaincy & the Secular Student Alliance at AU invite all interested students to come get acquainted with each other & the activities of the Chaplaincy & Alliance, which partner to create a welcoming & engaging community for AU humanists, secularists, nontheists, agnostics, & others questioning the faith traditions in which they grew up. We meet about two times each month to enjoy each other's companionship & to explore subjects relevant to our community - from human rights & naturalistic philosophy to personal topics such as coming out to our families of origin as nonreligious, nontraditional, LGBTQ+, etc. We also engage in community service & public policy advocacy, & will be working on getting students registered & ready to vote this fall! Come join us!

Humanism to be taught in all Welsh schools from today 09/14/2022

Humanism to be taught in all schools in Wales as part of the new inclusive alternative to the Religious Education (RE) curriculum. Learn more at: https://humanists.uk/2022/09/06/humanism-to-be-taught-in-all-welsh-schools-from-today/

Humanism to be taught in all Welsh schools from today Wales Humanists today heralded a ‘new era of inclusivity’ as state-funded schools officially roll out a changed curriculum replacing Religious Education (RE) with Religion, Values, and Ethics (RVE), fully incorporating the teaching of non-religious worldviews such as humanism alongside those rel...

Everything To Know About Student Loan Forgiveness for September 2022 08/29/2022

Welcome back! Hope your fall semester is off to a good start! Please come by the SSA@AU / Humanist Chaplaincy table at the Student Involvement Fair on Th 9/1 11am-2pm on the Quad. Stop by, say hi, and share your interests and ideas for this year's events. A fall kick-off mixer and planning meetings will be announced soon....

Student loan forgiveness was in the news last week with President Biden's announcement on forthcoming debt relief and loan repayments continuing to be on pause. Check out details at:
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/everything-know-student-loan-forgiveness-105512665.html

Everything To Know About Student Loan Forgiveness for September 2022 The student loan forgiveness plan announced last week by the Biden administration provides sweeping relief to federal student loan borrowers in the form of both canceled debt and an extension of the...

07/01/2022

7/27-29 - Secular Student Alliance Leadership Summit
will be good! Check it out and register ASAP!
Details at https://hopin.com/.../secular-student-alliance-student...
Free for students.

Let me know if you have any other conferences you're planning to attend or participate in, and send me info to share!
Have a great summer break! B

Photos from Humanist Chaplaincy at American University - Washington, DC's post 06/28/2022

The Humanist Chaplaincy at AU is now a chapter of the Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH)! Thank you to WASH President Aiden Barnes for his and WASH's support for the Chaplaincy!
See our new brochure for the fall reflecting our new connection with WASH. More info about this new relationship forthcoming....

The March For Our Lives 2022 - Washington DC + Nationwide 05/27/2022

Gun control rallies on 6/11 nationwide & in DC. Find the closest one to you and get involved at March for Our Lives:
https://marchforourlives.com/march22/
DC march starts at noon at
901 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Humanist & Secular Student Alliance contingent being organized.
Check back for meet up location.

The March For Our Lives 2022 - Washington DC + Nationwide In 2018 you marched with us to end gun violence. Four years later we're marching again. Mark your calendar: June 11, 2022.

Everyone is invited! 05/16/2022

5/17 Voter Rights & Suppression online webinar hosted by the SSA - 7pm Eastern. Register at: https://secularstudents.org/webinars/.

Voting rights are under attack nationwide as states pass voter suppression laws. These laws lead to significant burdens for eligible voters, and young voters, trying to exercise their most fundamental constitutional right. This panel discussion will highlight current voter suppression strategies and what you can do to combat them.

Panelists' details are below:

Marisa Pyle is the Senior Rapid Response Manager at Fair Fight Action. As a member of the Organizing Team, they work in Georgia and nationally to fight voter suppression and advance federal policies to protect voting rights, working with volunteers and allied organizations, including grassroots and grasstops partners. They are a native of rural north Georgia, where they spent years working in grassroots progressive organizing and building progressive infrastructure for candidates and organizations. Marisa is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and lives in Atlanta.

Andrew Muse-Fisher is the Advocacy Engagement Manager for the League of Women Voters of California. Under the supervision of our Deputy Director, Andrew is responsible for coordinating the League’s state advocacy over a broad range of issue areas. His duties include outreach to and engagement of local affiliates, community partners, and volunteers to maximize the impact of our direct and grassroots advocacy. Andrew also supports the League's advocacy work by tracking legislation, preparing materials for local Leagues and volunteers, and supporting our communications.

Deylin Thrift-Viveros is a Staff Attorney at MALDEF in Los Angeles. At MALDEF, Deylin focuses on litigation in voting rights, immigrants' rights and education. Prior to working at MALDEF, Deylin was the Workers' Rights Staff Attorney at Centro Legal de la Raza in Oakland, where he represented low-income workers in the underground economy, including day laborers and restaurant workers, in litigation and policy advocacy. Deylin is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

Everyone is invited! Please Join Us For Our Upcoming Virtual Events Jeff Hawkins discusses his new book ‘A Thousand Brains,’ which heralds a revolution in the understanding of intelligence. It is a big-think book, in every sense of the word – unveiling a theory of intelligence that will revolutionize our understan...

Bans Off DC with PPAF, PPFA, and Women's March · Planned Parenthood Action Fund 05/11/2022

On Saturday 5/14 there will be Pro-Choice "Bans Off Our Bodies" rallies and marches nationwide, including in DC, of course.
Find one near you, if you're not in DC, at https://www.plannedparenthoodaction.org/rightfully-ours/bans-off-our-bodies.
In DC people will meet at noon on 5/14 on the NE side of the Washington Monument. We will march to the Supreme Court at 2 pm EST.
Get more details and RSVP at: https://www.mobilize.us/ppaf/event/458728/.

Bans Off DC with PPAF, PPFA, and Women's March · Planned Parenthood Action Fund Join us Saturday, May 14 at 12 pm EST in Washington, D.C at the NE side of the Washington Monument. We will march to the Supreme Court at 2 pm EST. More details when you sign up! ____ On Monday, Politico published a leaked draft Supreme Court majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Org...

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists 05/11/2022

Many scholarships for secular student activists are listed on the SSA website: https://secularstudents.org/scholarships/.
Check these out soon, so you can apply by relevant deadlines.

Scholarships for Secular Student Activists Scholarships for Student Activists SSA Student Activist Scholarship The Secular Student Alliance is accepting applications for the 2022 Student Activist Scholarships.   The scholarships are available to full-time students enrolled in high school or college in the United States and are designed to s...

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