"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 (email@example.com) or call (646-820-CFIH) for all the details." RSVP, if you can
I feel you- it seems like Caribbean Blacks are deeper into religion, especially christianity, than American Blacks. If that is accurate, I'm sure there's a reason for it; it's actually an interesting topic to began researching in my spare time.
This website is incredibly refreshing. I could be up here chiming in on threads and acquiring knowledge ALL day. I couldn't have found it during a better time too, as I am soooo disappointed in how superficial and shallow this world has become. Up here, everyone is free to be as opinionated and intellectual as they want to be.