February 24, 1:30 pm
Humanist Community Center
12 Eliot Street, 3rd Floor
Do you believe in reason, compassion, creativity, justice, integrity, awareness, environmentalism, feminism, equality, science, progress, and pluralism?
Have you ever called yourself atheist, agnostic, non-religious, freethinker, rationalist, secular, skeptic, spiritual but not religious, naturalist, or “none”?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you just may be a Humanist.
Today, more than 1 in 4 young Americans identify with no religion. So where do they find their community? Who do they talk to in times of crisis? Where do they turn for weddings, funerals, counseling, or when they want to welcome a baby?
Join the Humanist Community at Harvard’s staff and community members to learn more about Humanism, and the ways we come together and put our values into action every day. Bring your questions, stories, and ideas.
Still not sure? Take the Humanism test.
This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome.