The Rise of Black Secularism

The Rise of Black Secularism

2 0 5 years ago
In his presentation “Breaking the Taboo of Atheism in Black Communities,” Leo Igwe said that “If there are people who should be religious and theistic today, it is not black people.”

Yet black people are reputed to be the most religious people on earth, and the social stigma for the black atheist can be significant and often severe.

As skeptics, how do we approach the issue of color in relation to non-belief?  Should we strive to be “colorblind,” ignoring labels like black, white, etc?  Or ... See More

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