Files

Name/Description Type Size Uploaded By Uploaded On

The Conservative Constitution of the United States

A tongue-in-cheek revision of the Constitution of the United States!

a .docx file 138K Debbie A. Jan 7, 2011

The Humanist Philosophy in Perspective

The Humanist Philosophy in Perspective

a .pages file 208K Debbie A. Mar 14, 2011

Letter re Earth Fair from FB friend

A response to our presence at Earth Fair 2011 in Balboa Park

a .pages file 616K Debbie A. Jul 28, 2011

p 5

WILLIAM BLAKE - a great poet who wrote some pretty dramatic stuff. Some of it bashes organized religion. Was he crazy? The poet William Wordsworth said Blake was insane. Check him out then YOU decide. If you're a fan of Blake's poems post some here.

Adobe Acrobat file 216K Francis Nov 30, 2009

p 6

VOLTAIRINE DE CLEYRE - her life was filled with pain but she promoted freedom. Her father forced her into a convent and the outcome was that she became a hard core atheist. She thought she was ugly but check out the photos and you may disagree.

Adobe Acrobat file 91K Francis Nov 30, 2009

p 4

DECEMBER DATES of interest - plus a photo of the new "Don't Believe in God?" billboard erected by Coalition for Reason. And see Debbie Davis of the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego and Kahal Am, trained and authorized to perform Humanist weddings.

Adobe Acrobat file 1.1M Francis Nov 30, 2009

The Humanist Navy

When the Humanist Fellowship went to sea, everybody had a great time. Okay, it was really just a cruise on the Bay, but it was a great outing and a whole lot of fun. Humanists enjoy life. We enjoy each other's company. That's why it's a FELLOWSHIP.

Adobe Acrobat file 3.8M Francis Nov 30, 2009

Accurate language matters!

Your thinking is more likely to be clear when your language is precise. Use words with care and know exactly what you mean by them. Humanists reject fuzziness used in belief-systems that keep you trapped with unclear language and sloppy thinking.

Adobe Acrobat file 53K Francis Nov 30, 2009

A brave Humanist woman who changed the world.

Religious authorities want you on your knees, praying, groveling to authority on earth or in the sky. Humanists say - stand up and demand your freedom. This brave Humanist woman did that, and Americans are more free today because of her courage.

Adobe Acrobat file 126K Francis Nov 30, 2009

Humanist Manifesto III

Humanism and Its Aspirations

Adobe Acrobat file 56K Debbie A. Nov 9, 2010

Anti-Discrimination Support Network Media Form 2010

The ADSN has developed this form to help you tell us what you’ve seen, read, or heard about atheists in the media. We appreciate your help in our quest for fair, accurate, and inclusive representation of the atheist community.

Adobe Acrobat file 22K Debbie A. Oct 17, 2010

Anti-Discrimination Support Network Narrative Form 2010

The ADSN is collecting narratives highlighting instances of bigotry against the nontheist community. Please inform ADSN of any church/state separation violations, or personal discrimination incidents at work, school, social circle, or community.

Adobe Acrobat file 8K Debbie A. Oct 17, 2010

founders.pdf

Let's honor those who launched the modern Humanist movement. Organized Humanism as we know it today was born in the American heartland: Chicago. It has spread worldwide. Organized Humanism is America's contribution to making the world a better place.

Adobe Acrobat file 87K Francis Nov 23, 2010

Espionage Act

Espionage Act: How The Government Can Engage In Serious Aggression Against The People Of The United States By Naomi Wolf

Adobe Acrobat file 91K Debbie A. Dec 12, 2010

Cloudy skies, warm hearts, bright prospects.

Some early history - how Humanism started to prosper in San Diego thity years ago.

Adobe Acrobat file 854K Francis Dec 28, 2010

Born_Atheist_web

This new book was offered by the author, Tim Covell, free of charge, to members of the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego. Here is the link to download it from the author: http://bornatheis...­ Tim @bornatheist.com

Adobe Acrobat file 2.7M Debbie A. Feb 10, 2011

American Atheist Edwin Kagin on the law

Atheists and the law.

Adobe Acrobat file 259K Debbie A. Mar 18, 2011

Second SD Humanist conference (1981)

Second annual San Diego Humanist conference (1981) evolved into being Annual Meeting of AHA. Carl Sagan accepted Humanist of the Year award. Humanist Center chapter was founded that year then the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego February 7, 1982.

an image 529K Francis Jan 6, 2011

First SD Humanist conference (1980)

First annual San Diego Humanist conference (1980) took place in Stardust Hotel, Mission Valley. Hank Basayne of San Francisco was keynote speaker.

an image 554K Francis Jan 6, 2011

god didn't creat the world

See you at the Fair....Earth Fair...April 17th in Balboa Park

an image 1.2M Debbie A. Apr 16, 2011

Thank goodness for godless, commie, tree-hugging liberals!

A little ditty from an HFSD member that reminds us to count our blessings - blessings often made possible through the sacrifice of others and those commie, tree-hugging, liberals that the Tea Party likes to hate.

rich text file 4K Debbie A. Jul 20, 2011

Purposes of a Local Humanist Chapter

There are important reasons for Humanists to affiliate with a local freethought group!

Word file 38K Debbie A. Nov 9, 2010

Christianity in the Military by Jeff Sharlet

Are Chaplains Becoming Increasingly Fundamentalist?

Word file 41K Debbie A. Nov 9, 2010

Eight reasons you won't persuade me to believe by PZ Myers

PZ Myers argues that there is no evidence to convince him of the existence of god.

Word file 27K Debbie A. Oct 16, 2010

Christmyth Card 2010

A "Christmyth Card" from Ron Herman, leader of the Humanist Society of New Mexico.

Word file 28K Debbie A. Dec 22, 2010

While Meetup.com has scanned these files for viruses, we recommend that you have up-to-date virus-scanning software on your own computer as well.

Our Sponsors

People in this
Meetup are also in:

Sign up

Meetup members, Log in

By clicking "Sign up" or "Sign up using Facebook", you confirm that you accept our Terms of Service & Privacy Policy