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Black Nonbelievers (BN) is a 501 c3 non-profit organization. Headquartered in the Atlanta area, we connect with other Blacks (and allies) who are living free of religion and might otherwise be shunned by family and friends in a caring, friendly, and informative environment. Instead of accepting dogma, we determine truth and morality through reason and evidence.
The mission of Black Nonbelievers is to:
• Provide secular fellowship.
• Nurture and support nonbelievers in “coming out” (ie, openly identification).
• Promote pride in the atheist/nonreligious identity.
• Organize members for charitable causes and a variety of events.
Black Nonbelievers welcomes all regardless of age, gender identity, sexual identity, national origin, and racial identity.
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- WOCBB Was a Roaring Success!Women of Color Beyond Belief was a roaring success this year! We were blown away by all the love, support, and excitement from everyone who participated in the event (both near and far!). A big thank you to everyone who took part, volunteered, contributed, or participated in any other way. We could not do this …
- Weekend Fundraising Campaign!Greetings! Last weekend, we hosted a 24-hour fundraising campaign. The goal was to get at least 1,000 of our overall members/subscribers to make a small donation to support BN’s work. We would like to build on this momentum by expanding to a weekend campaign, from Friday, October 15-17th. If you have never donated before, now is your …
- Black Nonreligious Americans: Seeing Progress, Yet Still Facing Challenges.Today, American Atheists and Black Nonbelievers released Black Nonreligious Americans, a report based on a survey of 891 Black participants, drawn from a larger survey of nonreligious people living in America, organized by a team of researchers at Strength in Numbers Consulting Group. The data indicates that Black nonreligious Americans often hide their nonreligious beliefs, …