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* AHA Sixtieth Annual Conference May 18-20, 2001 Los Angeles, California

Sheraton Four Points LAX 9750 Airport Boulevard Los Angeles. CA 90045 1-310-649-7028 for room reservations 1-866-486-2647 to register for events Awards to be presented to Stephen Jay Gould (Humanist of the Year), Wendy Kaminer (Humanist Pioneer), Pat Duffy Hutcheon (Humanist Distinguished Service Award), Diana Russell (Humanist Heroine), and Lester Mondale (Humanist Founder). Program includes annual organizational meetings of the American Humanist Association and a variety of workshops. Registration is $110 each for AHA members; $150 for nonmembers. Banquet registration is $40 each for Friday evening, $30 each for Saturday luncheon, and $40 each for Saturday evening. For more information or to register, contact the AHA National Office: 1777 T Street NW, Washington, DC 20009-7125; 1-202-238-9003 fax;


* American Ethical Union

2 West 64th Street New York, NY 10023 1-212-873-6500 E-mail: Web:

* American Humanist Association

1777 T Street NW Washington, DC 20009-7125 1-800-837-3792 1-202-238-9003 FAX E-mail: Web:

Established in 1941, it's the oldest and largest democratic humanist membership organization in North America. Publishes bimonthlies, the Humanist and Free Mind; Humanist Press publications, and numerous pamphlets and position statements. Maintains a national network of close to seventy chartered chapters. Annual membership:

$42 individual renewal $52 joint membership $19 basic (no Humanist magazine) $1,500 Life Member

* Concerned Singles Newsletter

P.O. Box 444-HU Lenox Dale, MA 01242-0444 1-413-445-6309 Web:

Concerned Singles Newsletter links compatible singles who care about peace, social justice, racism, gender equity, and other humanistic values. Nationwide. All ages. Straight/gay. Since 1984. Call or write for free sample or browse our website.

* Family of Humanists

P.O. Box 4153 (TH) Salem, OR 97302-8153 Publishes newsletters for youths and adults, as well as booklets.

* Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association

P.O. Box 448 Madison, WI 53701 1-608-256-5800 Welcomes humanist women and men. Annual membership: $15 individual; 825 organization

* Friends of Religious Humanism

P.O. Box 1744 Buffalo, NY 14240-1744 1-716-691-1099 E-mail: Affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association; publisher of Religious Humanism Annual membership: $35 Subscription only: $22

* Imagine a World of Wanted/Nurtured Children

Shirley Braverman, director P.O. Box 1001 San Jacinto, CA 92581-1001 E-mail: Web:

Educational division of the Humanist Society of Friends; encourages population growth control and greater nurturing in childrearing.

* International Humanist and Ethical Union

47 Theobald's Road London WC1X 8SP 44-171-831-4817 44-171-404-8641 FAX Web:

International coalition of humanist organizations. Annual Supporter: 30 [pounds sterling] Lifetime Supporter: 400 [pounds sterling]

* Washington Area Secular Humanists

P.O. Box 15319 Washington, DC 20003 1-202-298-0921 Chapters in suburban Maryland/D.C., Baltimore, Frederick, Northern Virginia, Charlottesville, and Richmond. Discussions, speakers, dinners, movies, picnics, hikes, monthly newsletter.


* The Humanist

Business Address: 1777 T Street NW Washington, DC 20009-7125 1-800-837-3792 Web: Submissions Address: P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188 1-800-743-6646 E-mail:

A bimonthly magazine of critical inquiry and social concern. Applies humanist perspective to important contemporary issues. One-year subscription: $24.95

* Humanist in Canada

Box 3769, Station "C" Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1Y 4J8 One-year subscription (four issues): $18 in Canada $16 outside of Canada (U.S. funds)

* Humanist Living

Business Address: 1777 T Street NW Washington, DC 20009-7125 1-800-837-3792 E-mail: Web: Submissions Address: Louise Bennett, editor P.O. Box 485 Meridianville, AL 35759-0485 E-mail:

Published by the HSOF, a branch of the American Humanist Association. All certified celebrants automatically receive Humanist Living. All others are invited to join:

HSOF membership and subscription: $25 per year

Humanist Living subscription only: $15 per year


* Humanist Audiotapes

1777 T Street NW Washington, DC 20009-7125 1-800-837-3792 1-203-238-9003 FAX Assortment of AHA conference award speeches and workshops. $6 each.

* Humanist Symbol

1-800-837-3792 1-203-238-9003 FAX Five-inch, silver-colored symbol of Humanism; maganetic or adhesive backing. $9.95 postpaid.

* Rare Freethought Books on CD-ROM

Bank of Wisdom P.O. Box 926 Louisville, KY 40201 Web: #1 The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, $30 #2 An Introduction to Freethought, $30 #3 Works of Thomas Paine, $30 #4 Facts of Freethought, $30 #5 Freethought and the Bible, $30 #6 History of Woman Suffrage, $50 #7 America: Historic Facts, $30 #8 The Un-Holy Inquisition, $30

More coming, send for current list. These CDs are crammed full of classic freethought books that can be read on screen, printed out, or copied. Each has search and cut and paste features. $3 shipping and handling any number of CDs. Credit card orders taken over our website.


* Humanist Counselors and Celebrants

Division of Humanist Certification of the Humanist Society of Friends 1777 T Street NW Washington, DC 20009-7125 1-800-837-3792 1-202-238-9003 FAX E-mail: Web:

Nontheistic alternative to traditional clergy; certified to officiate at weddings, funerals, and other rites of passage; available for visitations. Ask for a list of celebrants in your area or information on how to become certified.


* The Humanist Institute 2 West 64th Street New York, NY 10023 1-212-873-0918

Offers three-year study program to train new humanist leaders and provides continuing education of existing leaders. Write or call for prerequisites for application to the program and tuition.
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