Latinx Humanist Alliance Launches to Support and Amplify Voices in the Community

Oct 16, 2018

By Hemant Mehta

The American Humanist Association announced today that they were launching a new arm of the organization called the Latinx Humanist Alliance in order to help bring together and amplify the voices of the 20% of U.S. Latinx people who have no religious affiliation.

The Latinx Humanist Alliance’s mission is to facilitate social justice activism among, expand the visibility of, and foster safe spaces for Latinx humanists. In service of their mission, the alliance will develop a speakers bureau, build a nationwide network of Latinx humanists, and advise and work alongside the AHA on social justice legislative advocacy.

Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera and Luciano Gonzalez, two people who have spent a lot of time writing about and discussing the issues unique to their community, will co-chair the group.

This group will join others that also receive resources from the AHA, including the Feminist Humanist AllianceBlack Humanist Alliance, and LGBTQ Humanist Alliance.

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