The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Secular Galaxy: Or the Varieties of Non-Religious Experience

I enjoyed presenting "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Secular Galaxy" the other day! As promised, here is the link to the presentation at

I do plan to continue updating the presentation as I find this a useful way to visualize all the organizations that make up the secular/atheist/skeptic/humanist movement.

I also promised an alphabetical list of links to the websites of the organizations covered in the presentation. Here they are:

  1. American Atheists
  2. American Civil Liberties Union
  3. American Ethical Union
  4. American Humanist Association
  5. Americans United for Separation of Church & State
  6. Atheism UK
  7. Atheist Alliance of America
  8. Atheist Alliance International
  9. Black Nonbelievers, Inc.
  10. Boston Atheists
  11. Boston Coalition of Reason
  12. Boston Ethical Society
  13. British Humanist Association
  14. Camp Quest
  15. Center for Inquiry
  16. The Clergy Project
  17. Concord Area Humanists
  18. Council for Secular Humanism
  19. Foundation Beyond Belief
  20. Freedom From Religion Foundation
  21. Freethought Society
  22. Hispanic American Freethinkers
  23. Humanist Community at Harvard / Humanist Hub
  24. The Humanist Institute
  25. The Humanist Society
  26. International Humanist and Ethical Union
  27. James Randi Educational Foundation
  28. Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers
  29. Military Religious Freedom Foundation
  30. National Secular Society
  31. Oasis Network
  32. Recovering From Religion Foundation
  33. Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science
  34. Secular Coalition for America
  35. Secular Coalition for Massachusetts
  36. Secular Community Project
  37. Secular Student Alliance
  38. Secular Woman
  39. The Skeptics Society
  40. SMART Recovery
  41. Society for Humanistic Judaism
  42. Sunday Assembly
  43. Sunday Assembly Boston
  44. United Coalition of Reason
  45. UU Humanist Association

Well, I tried to keep it to 42 organizations (the meaning of life, the universe, and everything). In particular, I didn't add all the MA regional orgs -- see the Groups page of Boston CoR for more.


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Maria is on the CAH steering committee and the outreach subcommittee. Maria is a web developer who lives in Massachusetts with her husband, their three busy kids and assorted pets. Recently, Maria also became the part-time Executive Director of the UU Humanist Association (formerly called HUUmanists).

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