black atheists

Over the past several years, Black women have assumed leadership roles in the secular, humanist and atheist movements. But they continue to be eclipsed by white male gatekeepers whose narrow, often reactionary, view of secular practice and ideology has come to define organized atheism.
Meanwhile, atheists and humanists of color have been going against the white grain to address issues that much of organized
Religious skepticism isn't new to black America. But in recent years, more blacks are identifying as secularist. Watch the
Religious skepticism isn't new to black America. But in recent years, more blacks are identifying as secularist. We talk to our guests about "coming out" as atheist, and one man who also came out as gay.
Between 1990 and 2008, the number of nonreligious Americans nearly doubled, from 8 percent to 15 percent, according to the