What we're about

You can visit our official website at blacknonbelievers.org ( http://blacknonbelievers.org/ ).

BN is a 501c3 nonprofit secular fellowship dedicated to providing an informative, caring, festive and family friendly environment. We strive to connect with other Blacks (and allies) who are living free of religion and irrational beliefs who might otherwise be shunned by family and friends. Instead of accepting dogma, we seek to determine truth and morality through reason and evidence.

Mission Statement
The mission of Black Nonbelievers is to…
• Provide secular fellowship.
• Nurture and support nonbelievers in coming out.
• Promote atheist pride.
• Organize nonbelievers for charitable causes.

Meetings
BN members meet to discuss topics relevant to secular living as well as to socialize. As a community we celebrate birthdays, holidays, and other ocasions. We offer workshops and other gatherings to educate the public on the views of nonbelievers. We also sponsor a Recovering from Religion (RR) group to assist those in need of support while questioning their faith or dealing with the challenges of leaving religion. See our Calendar ( http://blacknonbelievers.wordpress.com/calendar/ ) for details on specific meetings and activities.

BN welcomes all regardless of sex, sexuality, gender identity, age, national origin, or race.

Visit our website at http://www.blacknonbelievers.org (http://www.blacknonbelievers.org/)

Upcoming events (3)

Legacy Part 2 with Verdell A. Wright - Presented by BN of DC

Please join us for second installment of the Legacy series, presented by BN of DC! Verdell A. Wright, a doctoral student at Howard University in Washington, DC. He earned an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Rutgers University a Master of Divinity from Howard University School of Divinity in 2012, and an additional graduate degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in 2014. He is now an ex-Christian openly embracing atheism and acceptance of his sexuality as a gay man and has been an outspoken advocate featured in various media publications. Please preregister at the link provided. Upon completion you will receive a confirmation via email. Legacy highlights voices of religious dissent in the African-American (and Caribbean American) cultural experience with a 5-part event series throughout September and October. Come prepared to learn, celebrate, and become more active!!! This series is co-sponsored by the American Humanist Association.

BN's 10th Anniversary Celebration!

Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue

2021 will mark 10 years of Black Nonbelievers and our work as an organization! Join us for some exciting presentations, workshops, and fun times in the city of New Orleans. Our 5th anniversary in 2016 was a blast, and this time it will be even better. It’s more than a conference – it’s a CELEBRATION!!! Featuring: – Mandisa Thomas – Jeremiah Camara – Chris Cameron – Bridgett Crutchfield – Sikivu Hutchinson – Gayle Jordan – Anthony Magnabosco – Darrel Ray – and MORE!!! January 15-17, 2021 Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Ave 333 St. Charles Ave New Orleans, LA 70130 Admission starts at just $99. Student rates are available. We also have some great support options, such as sponsorship and general donations. Be sure to reserve your room at our special rate as well!!! For more information and to register, please visit our website at www.blacknonbelievers.org.

Women of Color Beyond Belief Conference (now in 2021!)

Chicago Marriott Midway

***Due to the COVID -19 crisis, Women of Color Beyond Belief will be back and better than ever in 2021!!!*** Come One, Come All - to the event that highlights the voices and work of women of color who are atheist, humanist, skeptics, nonreligious, secular, etc. Speakers/Presenters include: *Cheryl Abram *Yolanda Arroyo-Pizarro *Bridgett "Bria" Crutchfield *Sonjiah Davis *Candace Gorham *Sikivu Hutchinson *Hiba Kribst *Mashariki Lawson-Cook *Zulma Oliveras-Vega *Madison Paige *Kavin Senapathy *Mandisa Thomas And MORE!!! The full admission rate (which includes the reception and Diva's Ball) will remain $150 for the entire year! Visit wocbeyondbelief.com for more information on childcare, payment plan options, and sponsorship opportunities. Women of Color Beyond Belief is presented by Black Nonbelievers, Black Skeptics Group, and the Women's Leadership Project.

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