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Annual American Humanist Association Conference to be Streamed Locally with the Stanislaus Humanists


The American Humanist Association, the oldest and largest humanist organization in the United States, has held an annual conference since its founding in 1941 so that humanists, atheists, and freethinkers can gather together for a weekend of informative lectures, networking, and fun activities. The year 2019 will be the 78th annual conference of the American Humanist Association.


This year is special because it’s the first-ever virtual distributed conference! Which is especially wonderful because it enables our local AHA chapter, Stanislaus Humanists, to stream the conference locally.


We’ll be live-streaming half-day conferences from four university locations over the span of two days. We will hear from a variety of speakers on topics such as, “The Psychology of Death and Loss for Nonbelievers,” “How Stone Age Mating Gave Us Political Tribes,” “Genetic Editing of Embryos: Ethical Considerations,” and “Our Non-Christian Nation: How Atheists, Satanists, Wiccans and Others are Demanding Their Place in Public Life.” Plus, we will hear from the 2019 Awardees, including Humanist of the Year Salman Rushdie.   


Stanislaus Humanists invites you to join us for all or part of the conference stream. The conference streams from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday, June 7 and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday, June 8. Please RSVP at Check out the entire conference schedule at







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