Esta guía está dirigida a las personas seculares que desean ser abiertos acerca de ello, ofrece una visión general sobre cómo pueden abrirse a su comunidad, y tiene mensajes para la familia y amigos que no están seguros cómo manejar la noticia de que su ser querido es una persona secular. (Spanish-language translation of our […]
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This guide is intended for the family, friends, and other people in a secular person's life. It provides tools for understanding and supporting the Openly Secular people in your life while maintaining respect and loving relationships. Click here to download this guide in PDF format.
We've developed this resource because we recognize that the experience of living openly secular, for us black people, can often be very different from those of other secular people. Whether this is for you or somebody you know, this booklet offers some practical tips for living openly as a member of our community. Click here […]
Author, illustrator, film concept artist and screenwriter Wayne Barlowe recently made a video for Openly Secular, featuring images of his phantasmagorical artwork.
Evangelical Christians and secular people are not typically known for sticking up for each other. Most would not expect evangelicals to speak out in support of a campaign like Openly Secular, with its mission to eliminate discrimination and increase acceptance by getting secular people to be open about their beliefs.
Recently, two studies have been released that affirm the number of nonreligious Americans is rising. For several years, the percentage of secular Americans has been increasing rapidly and the media has been reporting on it. But dig a little deeper, and it becomes abundantly clear that this new data is fundamentally different and demonstrates a significant shift in the hearts and mind of American citizens, and critically, American voters.
Last Thursday was the first annual Openly Secular Day—and the level of participation significantly exceeded all expectations. Atheists, agnostics, humanists, freethinkers, secular Americans and their supporters from all across the United States gathered online and at more than a dozen locations nationwide.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Openly Secular, a coalition comprised of more than two dozen secular organizations across the country, today issued a statement responding to the Air Force's denial of re-enlistment to an atheist airman who refused to include the term, "so help me god" in his oath. "There is no place for discrimination in America […]