The Council for Secular Humanism and its affiliated organizations offer many ways to get involved:
Subscribe to Free Inquiry, the transnational secular humanist magazine. Founded in 1980 and published six times a year, Free Inquiry (circ. 30,000 approx.) is the world’s largest-circulation English-language secular humanist magazine. In each issue leading thinkers and activists explore issues of critical importance. Thousands of secular humanists across America and the world regard Free Inquiry as a “lifeline.” Find out why, and enter your own subscription. Subscribe Now »
Become an Associate Member of the Council for Secular Humanism. Associate members receive valuable discounts on Council programs and products. In addition they receive the quarterly newsletter Secular Humanist Bulletin, a lively forum for humanists to explore the joys and challenges of living without religion. Learn More »
Join—or found!—a local secular humanist group. The Council for Secular Humanism maintains a network of more than 100 independent, autonomous local groups serving towns and regions across America. Each group sets its own rules and decides its own programs, from lectures to social events and more. If no group exists in your area, perhaps you’ll opt to start one. View Groups »
Explore the Council’s many programs. The Council for Secular Humanism operates a broad range of special interest programs. The Robert Green Ingersoll Birthplace Museum celebrates the memory of agnostic orator Robert Green Ingersoll and maintains America’s only freethought museum. African Americans for Humanism promotes secular humanism in the African-American community and has organized more local and national humanist groups in Africa than any other organization. Secular Organizations for Sobriety (or Save Our Selves) is America’s oldest and best-established alternative addiction recovery self-help program. The Secular Humanist Aid and Relief Network (SHARE) channels secular humanists’ charitable donations to victims of natural disaster, so-called “acts of God.”
Explore the Center for Inquiry, a supporting organization of the Council for Secular Humanism. The mission of the Center for Inquiry is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. Professionally-staffed Centers for Inquiry serve humanists and skeptics in cities across America. Programs include the Office of Public Policy, America’s only advocacy group for secularism and science in the nation’s capital; the First Amendment Task Force, a church-state watchdog group; the Center for Inquiry Institute, North America’s oldest continuously operating academic program for humanists and skeptics; and more. To learn more, visit http://www.centerforinquiry.net.