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Black Humanist Alliance Spokespeople
Xandelyn Wright, co-chair of the Black Humanist Alliance. Xandelyn is a secular humanist and educator whose research interests include secularism at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Christian Privilege in the Black community and Higher Education, and the role of leadership in the influence and assistance of marginalized groups in the navigation of intersections of race, gender, and religion/spirituality in school settings. She is also one of the founding members of Houston Black Non-Believers. A photo of Xandelyn for media use is available here.
Ashton Woods, co-chair of the Black Humanist Alliance. Ashton is an atheist, Black Lives