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We’re growing.

In less than a decade, the number of nonreligious Latinxs in America has increased 67 percent, doubling from around four million Americans to more than eight million.

More people are leaving religion and more non-religious Latinx parents are raising non-religious kids. Today, 32 percent of Latinx adults between the ages of 18 and 29 self-identify as nonreligious.

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Our Mission

As an affiliate of the American Humanist Association, the Latinx Humanist Alliance’s mission is to facilitate social justice activism among, expand the visibility of, and foster safe spaces for Latinx humanists.

We work toward this mission through education, legislative advocacy, and activism.

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Taking Action

The alliance is working with the American Humanist Association to build a speakers bureau, amplify the voices of Latinx humanists in the media, advocate for climate justice and immigration reform, and strengthen the national network of Latinx humanists. We also join the Black Humanist Alliance, Feminist Humanist Alliance, and LGBTQ Humanist Alliance as a standing advisory council to the American Humanist Association’s Board of Directors.

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Our job as a council is to show our communities that we care. Despite leaving religion, many people still have a positive image of religion, mostly because they appreciate the role that religion plays in many communities as a service provider, they see churches (or church people) involved in their communities.

We can do that, show how we are "good without God.”

Juhem Navarro Rivera, co-chair of the LHA Leadership Council