Humanism in a Non-Humanist World, ed. by Monica R. Miller

On September 8, 2017, Palgrave Macmillan is releasing Humanism in a Non-Humanist World, edited by Monica R. Miller, and part of its Studies in Humanism and Atheism series. Humanism in a Non-Humanist World is filled with a wide-ranging set of humanist, atheist, and freethinker voices. If you're interested in identity and/or humanism, pick up a copy or ask your institution/library to purchase a copy. The essays are fun, informative, and accessible. I was humbled that Miller asked me to contribute not one, but two chapters to the volume.

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My first contribution, co-authored with Elonda Clay, is "Secular Voices of Color - Digital Storytelling." Here we look at Sincere Kirabo's powerful "Secular Voices of Color" project. Here's an example from Kirabo's project, featuring well-known humanist scholar Anthony B. Pinn:

The second contribution is "Rudy's Paradox: The ALIENation of Race and Its Non-Humans," where I ask if humanists might be willing to learn from "alien" voices of unlikely sorts. Here's a video from Rudy of Germany, the Tall White Alien. Believe it or not, humanists can learn a thing or two from Rudy:

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