ORGANIZATIONS * American Ethical Union 2 West 64th Street New York, NY 10023 1-212-873-6500 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.aeu.org/ * American Humanist Association 7 Harwood Drive, P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188 1-800-743-6646 1-716-839-5080 E-mail: email@example.com Web: www.humanist.net
Established in 1941, it's the only democratic humanist membership organization in North America. Publisher of the bimonthlies, the Humanist and Free Mind, as well as numerous books from Humanist Press. Maintains a national network of close to seventy chapters. Annual membership: $42 individual; $52 joint $19 basic (no Humanist magazine)
* Concerned Singles Newsletter P.O. Box 444-HU Lenox Dale, MA 01242-0444 1-413-445-6309 Web: www.concernedsingles.com
Concerned Singles Newsletter links compatible singles who care about peace, social justice, racism, gender equity, and other humanistic values. Nationwide. All adults. Since 1984. Call or write for free sample or browse our website.
* Family of Humanists P.O. Box 4153 (TH) Salem, OR 97302 Ideas for the entire humanist family. Publications: Youths: $6 per year (six issues): Sunrise Journal (to age eight) Stargazer (ages eight to eleven) Starwalker (ages twelve and up) Adults: $10 per year (twelve issues) * Feminist Caneus of the American Humanist Association P.O. Box 429 Madison, WI 53701 1-608-256-5800
Welcomes humanist women and men. Annual membership:
$10 individual; $25 organization
* Friends of Religious Humanism P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188 1-716-839-1214 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Affiliate organization of the Unitarian Universalist Association and publisher of the journal 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: email@example.com Web: www.adsforchoice.org
Educational division of the American Humanist Association, under the auspices of the Humanist Society of Friends, promoting a civilized world through population growth control and greater nurturing in childrearing.
* International Humanist and Ethical Union 47 Theobald's Road London WC 1X 8SP 44-171-831-4817 44-171-404-8641 FAX Web: www.iheu.org
International coalition of member humanist organizations. Annual Supporter: 30 [pounds sterling] Lifetime Supporter: 400 [pounds sterling]
* Secular Web (Internet Infidels) Web: www.infidels.org
* 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.
* Freethought Today P.O. Box 750 Madison, WI 53701
Only freethought newspaper in North America. Ten issues per year, $20.
* The Humanist 7 Harwood Drive, P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188 1-800-743-6646 1-716-839-5080 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A bimonthly magazine of critical inquiry and social concern. One-year subscription: 824.95
* Humanist in Canada Box 3739, Station "C" Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1Y 4J8
One-year subscription (four issues): 815 in Canada $16 outside of Canada (U.S. funds)
* Humanist Living Business Address: P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188 1-716-839-5080 Submissions Address: Louise Bennett, editor P.O. Box 485 Meridianville, AL 35759-0485 E-mail: LaHumanist@aol.com
Published by the Humanist Society of Friends, a corporation of the American Humanist Association. All certified Humanist Celebrants receive Humanist Living. All others are invited to join HSOF and receive the publication.
HSOF membership and subscription: $15 per year
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* The Humanist Bookstore Dept. 18, Box 26523 Colorado Springs, CO 80936 1-800-Evolving (386-5846) Web: www.EvolveFISH.com
Call for list of titles, Members of the American Humanist Association save 10 percent on book orders.
* Humanist Audio Tapes P.O. Box 1188 Amherst, NY 14226-7188
Featuring renowned speakers on a variety of topics of special concern to humanists. $6 each.
* Freethought Books on CD-ROM Bank of Wisdom H1 P.O. Box 926 Louisville, KY 40201
CD#1 The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, twelve volumes, and six other books. CD#2 An Introduction to Freethought has twenty-six complete books, including 400 Years of Freethought. CD#3 Life and Writings of Thomas Paine, ten volumes, edited by Daniel Edwin Wheeler, and eleven rare Paine books. CD#4 Facts of Freethought has freethinkers' pictorial textbook, two volumes (rare cartoons), plus fourteen books. CD#5 Freethought and the Bible has the Bible comically illustrated, two volumes plus twenty-two other books. Only $32 per CD.
* Swackhamer Peace Essay Contest Nuclear Age Peace Foundation PMB 121 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1 Santa Barbara, CA 93108-2794 1-805-965-3443 1-805-568-0466 FAX E-mail: email@example.com
A contest seeking suggestions for constructive approaches to the problems of war and peace. Open to all high school students. First prize: $1,500. Second prize: $1,000. Third prize: $500. Entries must be 500 to 1,000 words in English; typed, double-spaced, on white 8.5"x 11" paper; accompanied by name, full address, telephone number, school, grade, age of author, and bibliography; and submitted by June 1, 2000.
* 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.humanist.net/hsof
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.
* The Humanist Institute 2 West 64th Street New York, NY 10023 1-212-873-0918
* Camp guest P.O. Box 264 Union, KY 41091 1-606-384-2324 E-mail: CampQuest2@aol.com Web: www.EdwinKagin.com
Held at YMCA Camp Kern, near Lebanon, Ohio, and King's IslandAmusement Park, the camp offers--in addition to horseback riding, canoeing, swimming, acting, nature hikes, and fossil collecting--educational sessions on humanism. Programs offered include: camp for girls and boys, ages eight to thirteen; counselors in training, ages fourteen to fifteen; assistant counselors, ages sixteen to seventeen; and college counselors, ages eighteen and up. Registration for children age eight to seventeen:
Through May 21: $495 for first child, $470 per sibling
After May 21: $545 for first child, $520 per sibling.
Registration for college counselor: $365 All participants stay in air-conditioned cabins, except college counselors who stay in large tents. For additional information or registration materials, contact Edwin Kagin, camp director.
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