The British Humanist Association (BHA) has a reasonably new but already quite active daily community-oriented blog site over at HumanistLife, which they’ve asked to be added to Planet Humanism. Being a supporting member myself, I’m more than happy to do so.
The BHA is the UK’s national charity supporting and representing people who seek to live good lives without religious or superstitious beliefs.
You can support the work of the BHA by becoming a member or donating to the BHA (and you don’t even need to be British!)
Sorry for the haitus, but I’ve got around to adding the first couple of new blogs of 2010 to Planet Humanism.
First off, we have Triangulations from Sabio, which describes itself as “[n]avigating a world without gods or spirits with sympathy and reflection “, which should come as no surprise as something that humanists can identify with.
Next up we have The Last Tavern, which is “[a] discussion on philosophy, life, society and the world we live in”.
Please join me in welcoming them to the PH family.
I’d also like to take a moment to mention Freethought MC, a unsigned/indie socio-political hip hop artist (former spoken word poet), secular humanist & activist from the Orlando area of the USA. You can check out his humanism-related music and musings on his official web site on MySpace. His new (self-financed) album is being promoted on Song Cast.
Happy new year, everyone! Wishing you all the best for 2010.
And, if you happen to know of any (that aren’t already listed), feel free to let me know about humanist groups in your area(s), which I’ll add to the sidebar. The more the merrier.
If you didn’t know (as if… ;-) the IHEU is “the world union of over 100 Humanist, rationalist, secular, ethical culture, atheist and freethought organizations in more than 40 countries” whose mission is “to represent and support the global Humanist movement” and with a goal of “a Humanist world in which human rights are respected and all can live a life of dignity”.
I’ve been a bit rubbish lately, and not updated Planet Humanism as quickly as I should, but please welcome:
Also, you may want to update your bookmarks for A Thinking Man, who has moved to a self-hosted blog on its own domain.
I noticed that some feeds don’t supply author names, which was causing a bug in the template code. This has been fixed.
Apologies for any inconvenience.