Humanist Anti-Racism Program – Wednesday, September 15 at 4 p.m. via Zoom
Mandisa Thomas, founder and director of Black Nonbelievers, Inc., will present during a virtual Humanist Anti-Racism Program on Wednesday, September 15, 4 pm. Thomas will discuss the obstacles women of color face when moving from traditional religion into humanist, free thinking, or atheist communities. The Humanist Anti-Racism Program is co-hosted by the Humanists of Southern Delaware and the Humanist Study Group of the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware (UUSD). The program is free and open to attendees via Zoom. Contact Charles Bittner at Humanists@uussd.org for the Zoom link to this program.
Charles Bittner, leader of UUSD’s Humanist Study Group says, “We are very excited to have Mandisa Thomas, a nationally recognized speaker, share her experiences on this important topic at our Humanist Anti-Racism Program. She will also share current resources for nonreligious people to find loving community with like-minded people. Her upcoming national conference, Women of Color Beyond Belief, will bring together people of color and allies for discussion on race, reproductive justice and other issues that affect marginalized people including LGBTQ+ women of color.”
Mandisa Thomas has received several awards and national recognition for her work. She has appeared on CBS Sunday Morning, CNN.com, and JET magazine, and other outlets. Mandisa currently serves on the Boards for American Atheists and the American Humanist Association, and previously for the Foundation Beyond Belief and the Secular Coalition for America.
Humanists of Southern Delaware is a local chapter of the national organization American Humanist Association. For more information, contact Christopher Guidone at Hello@HumanistsofSDelaware.org.