CANCELLED - African Americans for Humanism–DC 2014 Regional ConferenceDue to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled. Email sdavis [at] centerforinquiry [dot] net with any questions.
Following the success of our historic 2010 event, the Center for Inquiry–DC is proud to host the African Americans for Humanism–DC 2014 Regional Conference. The event features an expanded full day of panels and talks on Saturday February 1 and takes place at the newly renovated Hill Center, steps from Barracks Row and Eastern Market. In addition, we are hosting dinners for attendees nearby on Friday and Saturday night. Our MC this year is Debbie Goddard, director of African Americans for Humanism and CFI's director of outreach.
- Ronnelle Adams, author of Aching and Praying
- Jamila Bey, activist and freelance journalist
- Debbie Goddard, director of African Americans for Humanism and director of outreach for CFI
- Aisha Goss, deputy director at the Secular Coalition for America and the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science
- Mark Hatcher, founder and president of Secular Students at Howard University
- Sikivu Hutchinson, author, activist, teacher, and founder of Black Skeptics Group
- Anti_Intellect, educator, activist, essayist
- Alix Jules, activist, historian
- Anthony Pinn, author, professor at Rice University
- Donald Wright, author, organizer of the National Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers