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Humanism and topics of interest to humanists

American Humanist Association – The AHA actively educates the public about Humanism, brings Humanists together for mutual support and action, defends the civil liberties and constitutional freedoms of Humanists – indeed of all peoples – and leads both local and national Humanist organizations toward progressive societal change.

New Mexico Coalition of Reason – NM-CoR is a partnership of atheist, freethought, and humanist groups working together in New Mexico statewide. Our twin goals are to foster a sense of community among the like minded and raise public awareness that people who don’t believe in a god or gods are decent citizens who contribute to the larger society.

African Americans for Humanism – The AAH supports skeptics, doubters, humanists, and atheists in the African American community, provides forums for communication and education, and facilitates coordinated action to achieve shared objectives.

The Humanist Institute – The Humanist Institute exists to equip humanists to become effective leaders, spokespersons, and advocates in a variety of organizational settings, including within the humanist movement itself. We explore humanist values and train future leaders.

The Secular Coalition for America – An organization in Washington, DC whose primary purpose is lobbying Congress on behalf of atheists, humanists, freethinkers, and other nontheistic Americans.

Atheist Alliance – Atheist Alliance International (AAI) is an organization of independent religion-free groups and individuals in the United States and around the world. Its primary goals are to help democratic, atheistic societies become established and grow and to work in coalition with like-minded groups to advance rational thinking through educational processes.

Recovering From Religion website – “Thousands of organizations will help you get INTO religion, but we’re the only one helping you OUT.”

The Council for Secular Humanism – One of North America’s leading organizations for non-religious people. A not-for-profit educational association, the council supports a wide range of activities to meet the needs of people who find meaning and value in life without looking to a god.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation – This organization is dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United States Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantees of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled by virtue of the Establishment Clause and the First Amendment. Michael L. “Mikey” Weinstein of Albuquerque is the Founder and President of MRFF.

The National Center for Science Education – The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) defends the teaching of evolution in public schools. We are a nationally-recognized clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and “scientific creationism” out. NCSE is the only national organization to specialize in this issue.

The Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard – For 30 years, the Humanist chaplaincy at Harvard University has been dedicated to building, educating, and nurturing a diverse community of Humanists, agnostics, atheists, and the non-religious at Harvard and beyond.

Humanists.net – This group has graciously hosted our website on their servers. Their site also has links to many other Humanist Societies.

Americans United for Separation of Church and State – Americans United protects separation of church and state by working on a wide range of pressing political and social issues.

The American Civil Liberties Union – The mission of the ACLU is to preserve the American system of government is founded on two counterbalancing principles: that the majority of the people governs, through democratically elected representatives; and that the power even of a democratic majority must be limited, to ensure individual rights.

American Atheists – American Atheists is an organization dedicated to the maintenance of the freedom of religion as protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States.

The Secular Student Alliance – The mission of the Secular Student Alliance is to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human based ethics.

The Center for Inquiry on Campus – The Center for Inquiry – On Campus is dedicated to promoting and defending reason, science and freedom of inquiry in education, and to the enhancement of freethought, skepticism, secularism, humanism, philosophical naturalism, rationalism, and atheism on college and high school campuses throughout North America and around the world.

The National Coalition Against Censorship – The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC), founded in 1974, is an alliance of 50 national non-profit organizations, including literary, artistic, religious, educational, professional, labor, and civil liberties groups. United by a conviction that freedom of thought, inquiry, and expression must be defended, we work to educate our own members and the public at large about the dangers of censorship and how to oppose them.

The Unitarian Universalist Association – Unitarian Universalists search for truth along many paths. Instead of centering our religion on specific beliefs, we gather around shared moral values that include the inherent worth and dignity of every person.

New Mexicans for Science and Reason – New Mexicans for Science and Reason (NMSR) consists of individuals, including scientists and non-professionals alike, who share the goals of promoting genuine science, the scientific method, and rational and critical thinking. We share a sense of wonder at both the marvels of the universe, and at the majestic scientific theories which describe these marvels so elegantly and accurately.

The Society for Humanistic Judaism – Humanistic Judaism embraces a human-centered philosophy that combines the celebration of Jewish culture and identity with an adherence to humanistic values and ideas.

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