In recent years, effort has been made to dismantle white privilege and better represent a diverse range of voices within the humanist movement. As Naturalistic Pagans, we are looking at this too, as any group should be doing.
In this talk, Pinn poses and aims to explore a set of related questions: What are the results of this diversity work, and how do we measure success on this front? What does it mean to push for inclusion within a country moving away from democracy and robust inclusion?
Tuesday, September 20, 6:30-8pm ET. We’ll be streaming this talk on Zoom — learn more about Zoom and sign up for free here.
Watch this talk on Zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/91843782348, and here: https://americanhumanist.org/SpeakingOfHumanism
Recording will be available on AHA YouTube and AHA Center for Education.
Original post here.
Anthony Pinn is the Agnes Cullen Arnold Distinguished Professor of Humanities and Professor of Religion at Rice University. He is also Professor Extraordinaries at the University of South Africa, and he is a visiting Scholar at Harvard University Divinity School. Pinn is director of research for the Institute of Humanist Studies, and he is the author/editor of over 30 books, including The Oxford Handbook of Humanism (2021); When Colorblindness Isn’t the Answer: Humanism and the Challenge of Race (2017); and Humanism: Essays on Race, Religion and Popular Culture (2015).