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Dispatches from the AHA Conference in Philly

Hello everyone!

This year we had three representatives  at the American Humanist Association’s 73rd annual conference this past weekend in Philadelphia.  We talked with attendees of the conference and shared pamphlets (held in the picture below) at the United Coalition of Reason table.

We all had an amazing time!   There were great lectures, engaging discussions, and we each met a range of Humanists from across the country.  Anyone else able to make it?

Let us know in the comments what your favorite lecture or event at the Conference was?  And what was for favorite award and acceptance speech?  Did you enjoy the Sunday Assembly AHA held?

L to R: Co-founder Paul Chiariello and YHC Board members Ike Lasater, and John Hooper

Your L to R: Co-founder Paul Chiariello and YHC Board members Ike Lasater and John Hooper

 


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