Black Humanist Alliance Resource Booklet

In order to promote a vision for a more inclusive and socially conscious humanism, the Black Humanist Alliance has produced a resource booklet that provides basic analysis and information regarding the context that brought about the development of this group. This is an educational tool that responds to common questions and pushback related to this group and issues of racial justice. To view this resource, click here.

Humanist Action Kits

Humanist action kits focus on specific social issues and motivate individuals to live humanistic values as well as take action in accordance with the educational tools provided.

Other Resources

Here is a compilation of content that addresses key issues related to the Black Humanist Alliance's social justice outreach.

While not necessarily reflecting the exact positions of the Black Humanist Alliance and the American Humanist Association, these articles get at the core concepts related to the following topics.


Examining Whiteness
I'm A Good Person. Isn't That Enough?
Understanding Whiteness
An Anti-Racism Curriculum
Ways Whites Avoid Responsibility For Racism

Black Lives Matter
Minister Asked About "All Lives Matter"
The Woman who coined #BlackLivesMatter
11 Misconceptions About BLM Movement
Why Whites Demonize The BLM Movement

Intersecting Nature of Privileges & Oppression
Why Intersectionality Can't Wait
Racism and Anti-Blackness

Dear White Progressives...
Systemic Racism (sociology)
Forms of Racism
Reverse Racism - Myth or Reality?
This Is What Reverse Racism Looks Like

White Supremacy

Back to Charlottesville: White Supremacy and the Nature of Norms

White Supremacy: Not Just Neo-Nazis

The Enduring Solidarity of Whiteness
No, I Won't Stop Saying White Supremacy

How To Be An Ally 
The Anti-Oppression Network: Allyship
Anti-Oppression Resources & Exercises
How Privileged People Can Be Allies
11 Ways Whites Can Be Anti-Racist Allies

Restorative Justice

Mass Incarceration