Black Atheists of America

Black Atheists of America is a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging the gap between atheism and the black community.

Location: Nationwide
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Latest Activity: Sep 8, 2015

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Atheist Rap Music?

Started by Aeon Babel-VI Mar 15, 2015. 0 Replies

I do believe that my first foray into reallly exploring Atheism while being Black (and convinced that it was okay be both, that I wasn't alone) was when I found Atheist rap music,  namely two Black…Continue

Tags: Tombstone, da, Deadman, Square, Greydon

Ebony Exodus Project

Started by Aeon Babel-VI Mar 15, 2015. 0 Replies

I stumbled upon this link a while ago and just now got the book not too long ago, and I was curious as to others' thoughts on…Continue

Tags: leaving, religion, atheist, black, exodus

Major Mistake

Started by Regina Goodwin. Last reply by kenyatta yamel Dec 28, 2014. 7 Replies

I am currently working at a polling place for the election. A ultra-conservative fanatical baptist xtian had the nerve to get in my face and say the following:Young lady, I hope you do not make the…Continue

Frederick Douglass - the "hypocritical Christianity of the land"

Started by Loren Miller Apr 10, 2014. 0 Replies

This past Tuesday, Seth Andrews held a great discussion on the topic of black secularism in the United States.  During that…Continue

Tags: christianity, Frederick Douglass

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Comment by Harlem Humanists on July 9, 2013 at 8:26pm

Human Rights Activists Defends "Witchcraft" Children: Speaks - July 15th

After almost 4 years of trying, we finally get the chance to host the heroic human rights and child advocate Leo Igwe. Leo will be speaking on July 15th. The program will offer us the chance to hear harrowing challenges and on-going success stories. We'll also have the opportunity to understand our own part in "what's next?". 



Leo Igwe's work covers key areas of interest to us all. He's been doing social justice work for almost 15 years. He'll speak on the link between human rights, civil liberties, health, education and development. The link between skeptical reason, practical activism and social justice is an ongoing project you’re invited to join in. He's in NYC for only one day. Let's turn out to welcome him.


Details & RSVP - CFI-NYCFaceBookAtheist Nexus



The problems of child abuse, neglect, trafficking and suffering are well known. What is less well known is one of the causes is superstition, irrational tradition and a lack of science-based health care and education. This cripples communities and costs lives.


Now there is action that changes lives; rescuing these children from abandonment, stigmatization, mind-numbing abuse, and even murder. They are children (and adults, mostly women, often widows) who’ve been accused of witchcraft and demon possession. They suffer a loss of human rights, human dignity and hope. 


Secular Humanist, skeptic and child advocate Leo Igwe is changing things. He has survived slander, harassment by politicians and police, multiple assaults, imprisonment, home invasions and hospitalizing attacks on his family members. His property has been stolen. His father was blinded, losing an eye. He lives under ongoing threats. Yet he continues to risk all and tell the truth for those who's stories would otherwise have no rational witness.  

black(dot)beyond(dot)belief(at) Or 646-820-CFIH (2344)

Comment by AgeOfAtheists14 on June 17, 2012 at 10:05pm
Comment by Harlem Humanists on February 24, 2012 at 12:26pm

The NYC event for the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers will be in Harlem. In fact the next closes promoted events are in D.C and Philadelphia. So this is serving the whole Tri-State (NY,NY & CT) area.


We're putting a special twist on our usual Mind Food + "Soul Food" combo. The details will interest you!

CFI-Harlem/Harlem Humanists will be gathering on Sunday February 26th to celebrate Day of Solidarity for Black Non-believers. This is a time to get together and enjoy bright minds and warm personalities. There's a noble story of freethought from within the African American and Pan-African tradition. This is a chance to connect with this tradition and each other. We'll begin at 1pm. The place is 583 Riverside Dr. in the "Brick Room". It's free. Just e-mail ( or call (646-820-CFIH) for all the details." RSVP if you can.

See you there. Regardless, please share this in the next two days with all you think will be interested. 

Comment by Raina R. on November 15, 2011 at 7:04pm
Comment by gerard26 on March 6, 2011 at 1:20pm
Hello to all my fellow atheist and freethinkers I look forward to our future discussions on this site.

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