What we're about

BN is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Headquartered in the Atlanta area, we provide an informative, caring, festive and friendly community. We 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 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" (ie, open identification).
• Encourage pride in nonreligious identities.
• Educate the public on the history and current state of nonbelief in the Black community.
• Organize events and charitable causes.

Meetings
BN activities include: general meetings, support meetings, service projects, event tabling, participation in research studies, media interviews, social outings, and annual holiday celebrations.

BN welcomes all regardless of sex, sexuality, gender identity, age, national origin, or race. However, in providing a safe space for Blacks who are atheist or questioning, we do ask that non-Blacks who participate offer a supportive role and try not to dominate or center themselves in any way.

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

Upcoming events (2)

Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters at the Synchronicity Theater.

Synchronicity Theatre

February is Black History Month. Come experience a live performance of the classic children's tale, Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters (1987)!

This story, written by Brooklyn born author John Steptoe [masked]), will be featured as a musical at the Synchronicity Theater from January 27th to February 19th. The 5 pm Sunday shows are Pay What You Can, so let's go as a group on this day, and bring family and friends with us!

Please arrive an hour before showtime for the pay what you can price. If you would like to attend another day, you can find showtimes and tickets here: Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters at Synchronicity Theater.

Parking is available for a fee behind the theater, but you might be able to find a space on the street. If you need or would like a ride, please advise as soon as you can.

Hope to see you there!

BN SeaCon 2023!

Port of Miami

Black Nonbelievers will be back on the high seas again in 2023!!!

Join us on the Celebration, which debuted with Carnival Cruise Lines in 2022. As one of their newest ships in their fleet, we will experience the best of their accommodations and all the bells and whistles!!!

Get ready for multiple dining options onboard, plenty of entertainment, the casino, Carnival Waterworks, several pools and hot tubs, and a roller coaster (additional charge)!

From November 4th to November 13th (sail dates are November 5th thru 12th), join us for another voyage filled with fun, exciting speakers, and educational sessions!!!

Ports of Call:
– Sailing from Miami, FL
– Amber Cove, Dominican Republic
– San Juan, Puerto Rico
– St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Features for 2023 include:
– Matt Dillahunty
– Candace Gorham
– Mandisa Thomas
– And MORE!!!

Rates start at $850 per person, double occupancy. Cabinmate pairing assistance is available if needed.

The deposit deadline is being extended to January 25th, and flexible payment options will be available through first half of the year.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Visit https://bnseacon.com/ to book today.

It’s a Celebration!!!

Past events (555)

In The Cut! with Dr. Marisa Richmond.

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