The Latinx Humanist Alliance is mission-driven, detail-oriented, and ready to put in the work needed to become a powerful national voice and make ongoing conversations and events more inclusive.
— Luciano González, Co-Chair, Latinx Humanist Alliance

Mission

The Latinx Humanist Alliance’s mission is to facilitate social justice activism among, expand the visibility of, and foster safe spaces for Latinx humanists. In service of their mission, the alliance will develop a speakers bureau, build a nationwide network of Latinx humanists, and advise and work alongside the American Humanist Association on social justice legislative advocacy.


The Latinx Humanist Alliance is a vehicle for social justice-oriented Latinx Humanists to be visibly ‘good without a God’ and demonstrate our leadership.
— Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera, Co-Chair, Latinx Humanist Alliance

Contact

Luciano González Co-Chair, Latinx Humanist Alliance Leadership Council

lucianothewriter@gmail.com

Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera Co-Chair, Latinx Humanist Alliance Leadership Council

jnavarro@americanhumanist.org

Rachel Deitch Social Justice Coordinator, American Humanist Association

(202) 238-9088

rdeitch@americanhumanist.org


Why Latinx?

Latinx is a gender-neutral alternative to Latina (feminine) or Latino (masculine). The language choice is meant to highlight the fact that there are many individuals who do not identify within a gender binary and that the Latinx Humanist Alliance welcomes people of all genders.


We enthusiastically welcome the Latinx Humanist Alliance to the American Humanist Association’s programs. As we aspire to achieve the greater good, we must create inclusive communities, welcoming conversations, and attain substantive gains toward an egalitarian future.
— Roy Speckhardt, Executive Director, American Humanist Association


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