We all sort of knew it, but it's still big news when a US presidential candidate comes out as nonreligious. Will hatred or tolerance prevail?
Find a delightful secular statistic in Iceland, but in Uganda, a Humanist woman gets cursed for giving birth to twins. We must help.
Jordan brings you the numbers of bigotry towards Muslims, and uses it to analyze bigotry towards atheists.
An SPI fellow obtains and interprets Islamic State's secret "Master Plan". And meet the SPI coalition members who make secular movies.
They include one that replaces Santa with zombies. That's got to be good, right?
Edwina Rogers, CEO
Secular Policy Institute
In this week's politics review, a major US election candidate comes out as spiritual, but nonreligious.
Find a shocking statistic on creationists in Iceland, and in Uganda, a Humanist woman was cursed just for birthing twins.
Bigotry against Muslims has become a key political issue in the developed world.
This week Jordan uses it to measure and understand bigotry against atheists.
SPI fellows apply evolution to economics, critical thinking to national security, and interpret Islamic State's secret business plan.
And attend a speech in Washington DC on group evolution.
This week find coalition members who promote movies, like Holidazed, where Xmas brings zombies, not Santa.
Other groups have built video libraries that teach critical thinking and skeptical Islam.
One activist speaks out on Bolivia's religious freedom to indigenous people who know only Catholicism.
Can those be deemed "traditional beliefs" worthy of an exception? Or is it just state sanctioned homophobia?