The organization declares that speech it doesn’t like can ‘inflict serious harms’ and ‘impede progress.’
Muhammad Syed (PBUM)A truly sad moment, what defines America, what had earned ACLU the trust and reverence of true liberals, was the notion that we stand for the rights of ALL, yes even those we revile, yes even Nazis at Skokie and Charlottesville, yes even terrorists!
Sarah HaiderI guess I’m naive, but I held hope for the ACLU as the true standard-bearer for freedom of expression for all Americans. I was wrong. We are all partisans now.
Several months ago, after seeing issue after issue of the Humanist magazine with white folks on the cover, I approached editor Jennifer Bardi with the idea for a feature story on Black women humanists that would be modeled after my 2016 Huffington...
12 countries can sentence atheists to death under "apostasy" laws. In many more countries, "blasphemy" laws are used to stop humanists promoting human rights, including women's rights, LGBTI rights and non-religious rights, when they are accused of...
IHEUThere are #HumanistsAtRisk of serious discrimination in at least 84 countries. We're here to resist. We defend those whose lives are threatened for speaking out. Please give what you can + share our campaign today: gofundme.com/at-risk.
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To preserve the political and cultural preeminence of white Americans against a tide of demographic change, the administration has settled on a policy of systemic child abuse.
The Atlantic"To preserve the political and cultural preeminence of white Americans against a tide of demographic change, the administration has settled on a policy of systemic child abuse." Family separation, argues @AdamSerwer, is the essence of Trumpism
It's always been curious why Maajid Nawaz, a Muslim, wound up in the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) controversial journalist's guide listing "anti-Muslim extremists." Nawaz is a former extremist who founded the U.K-based Quilliam Foundation, a
“When we decided to do a conference, we weren’t sure if we would get 25 people in the audience—and here we filled the Times Center,” says Debra Mashek, executive director of Heterodox Academy during an interview in midtown Manhattan. “There is broad...
Andy C. NgoLast week some of the victims of the worst excesses of campus fragility & outrage came together to find ways to save the academy from itself. Read my new report