3 Myths Spread by the Religious Right

3 Myths Spread by the Religious Right

Let’s be honest for a second. It’s not easy to be a humanist in Mississippi. For starters, 83% of Mississippians identify as Christian, so we are definitely in the minority.  

Add in the fact that some people on the religious right like to spread lies about nonbelievers and there are days when it can seem downright impossible to carve out an existence in the Magnolia State.

5 Reasons to Join the MHA

5 Reasons to Join the MHA

You are not alone in Mississippi, but it can feel that way. For a mere $25 a year, you can become part of a growing network of humanists in the state. As a member, you will help elect MHA officers and play a role in determining our direction for the year. Plus, you'll meet and socialize with other members. Help the MHA build a strong coalition of like-minded people who want to make the separation of church and state a reality by becoming a member today.

A Week Ago...

A Week Ago...

A week ago, I woke up to find the governor of the state of Mississippi showing once again, in so many ways, that he doesn’t value all of his constituents. Last week, the governor was a welcome guest of the American Family Association (AFA), a Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) designated extremist hate group that denounces those that do not share their religious beliefs, especially the LGBTQ community. Just by way of his appearance on this radio program, he tells us which Mississippians he values and serves.

Newsletter - January 2018

The MHA has grown a lot this year, in many ways. On behalf of the MHA Board of Directors, many thanks to everyone for all of the support the MHA received this year, and welcome to all of the new members that joined the MHA this year! I just want to say thank you to each and every one of you for making this year a fantastic year for the MHA. I will try and keep it brief, but I just wanted to touch on some of the accomplishments and "high spots" for the MHA in 2017.