***Due to COVID-19, most of our events are now online. Please join our Atlanta Meetup group for more information, and be sure to follow us on social media***
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.
Black Nonbelievers can be found in the following cities (Click to find the one nearest you)
– Atlanta, GA
– Charlotte, NC
– Detroit, MI
– New York City, NY
– Portland, OR
– Richmond, VA
– Washington, D.C.
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- BN Welcomes New Board Member!BN is proud to welcome Deana Williams to our Board! Deana is a writer, director, producer, a mother of a very witty 10 year old, and a proud member of the LGBT community. She began questioning religion as early as middle school while growing up within the Catholic tradition. Deana realized she didn’t know a single black atheist …
- Speaking on our Work.Greetings, Today at 6:30 pm EST, I will be speaking with the First Coast Freethought Society, a secular organization located in Jacksonville. This presentation will be virtual, and I invite you all to join in. I will be discussing the work and legacy of Black Nonbelievers, our triumphs and tribulations, and why we are very much …
- “Wining” Down in March!Greetings! March is Women’s History Month, and at Black Nonbelievers, we are proud to celebrate the voices and work of ALL who identify as women in the fight for liberation and justice. First recognized in the United States as Women’s History Week in 1982, over 40 years later, this month is important for highlighting achievements, …