Yesterday at First Unitarian Society in Minneapolis, several groups including First Unitarian, Humanists of Minnesota, and the American Humanist Association came together to talk about the future of Humanism. Panelists Anthony Pinn, Sonita Sarker, Chris Stedman, William Hart, and Phil Zuckerman explored Humanism's weaknesses and strengths and challenged us to challenge ourselves.
Anthony Pinn is a professor of African American religion at Rice University in Houston, TX. He's a prolific writer on Black theology, including atheist theology. He's worked hard to see both Black religion and Black nonbelief appropriately recognized within the U.S. secular movement. He joins us today to talk about the conference and continue to explore the topic.
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