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HumanistFreedoms.com on Facebook

To celebrate World Humanism Day 2022, we’ve launched a new Facebook page where we invite thoughtful, respectful and dignified discussion of articles appearing on HumanistFreedoms.com and about topics related to contemporary applied humanism.

HumanistFreedoms.com readers may have noticed that most articles appearing on the site do not provide the option for reader commentary and feedback. While we celebrate freedom of thought and freedom of expression, the HumanistFreedoms.com website has never been intended to be a publication that required the ongoing active maintenance which a community’s commentary section would inevitably entail.

For those who may wish to undertake thoughtful, respectful and dignified discussion of HumanistFreedoms.com articles and content, we’ve developed a Facebook page and will soon be recommending discussion boards that you may find interesting. Watch for articles to appear on this topic in the coming weeks and months.

So if you have a few words to share – please visit us on Facebook. And please remember that we’re always accepting article proposals related to contemporary applied humanism, humanist principles & values and human rights.

We’ve also developed a new logo concept adapted from the familiar “Happy Human” logo familiar to humanist organizations throughout the world. We think the logo’s three happy human individuals, each moving in their own direction from a common launching point of “Humanist Freedoms”, is an apt depiction of the Humanist Freedoms perspective on contemporary applied humanism. The focus on a green font is intended to evoke a connection to ecological concerns.

World Humanist Day in 2022 is Tuesday, June 21. Falling on the (northern hemisphere’s) summer solstice, it is the day designated by humanist organizations around the world to celebrate the positive, world-improving values of humanism. Whether and how you may celebrate humanism in your life, these are just two new steps we’re taking to expand our celebration of humanists and contemporary applied humanism.

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