Humanist Resources


This section is for humanistic organizations, products, and services. The minimum charge for a listing (name and address) is $8.00. Each additional word is 50 cents. E-mail and web addresses, as well as telephone and fax numbers, are $1.50 each. Commit a listing for one year and receive a 10 percent discount! You can charge your listing to your VISA or MasterCard. Copy and payment must be received two months prior to the publication date. All requests for listings must be accompanied by sample material. The Humanist reserves the right to reject any copy for whatever reason and to edit all copy to fit the format. Write for display advertising rates to: The Humanist, Advertising, 7 Harwood Drive, P.O. Box 1188, Amherst, NY 14226-7188; 1-800-743-6646; fax 1-716-839-5079; thehumanist@juno.com.

ORGANIZATIONS

* American Ethical Union
2 West 64th Street
New York, NY 10023
1-212-873-6500
E-mail: aeuoffice@aol.com
Web: www.aeu.org/

* American Humanist Association
Washington Office:
1777 T Street NW
Washington, DC 20009-7125
1-800-837-3792 1-202-238-9003 FAX
E-mail: aha@erols.com
Web: www.humanism.net
Amherst Office:
7 Harwood Drive, P.O. Box 1188
Amherst, NY 14226-7188
1-800-743-6646 1-716-839-5080
E-mail: humanism@juno.com
Web: www.humanist.net
Established in 1941, it's the only
democratic humanist membership
organization in North America.
Publisher of the bimonthlies Humanist
and Free Mind, many pamphlets, as
well as numerous books from
Humanist Press. Maintains a national
network of close to seventy chapters.
Annual membership:
  $42 individual; $52 joint
  $19 basic (no Humanist magazine)
  $1,000 Life Member (as of 2001, rate
   increases to $1,500)

* Baraga Institute
P.O. Box 732, Dept. H
DeKalb, IL 60225
Web: www.baraga.org
Environmental Leadership Training
(that is, heroism). Make a date with
destiny. Save your business, your
loved ones, and your planet. Convenient
distance-learning certificate program.
Write or visit us today at our website.

* Concerned Singles Newsletter
P.O. Box 444-HU
Lenox Dale, MA 01242-0444
1-413-445-6309
Web: www.concernedsingles.com
Concerned Singles Newsletter links
compatible singles who care about
peace, social justice, racism, gender
equity, and other humanistic values.
Nationwide. Ail adults. Since 1984.
Call or write for free sample or browse
our website.

* Family of Humanists
P.O. Box 4153 (TH)
Salem, OR 97302-8153
Newsletters:
  Starwalker $6 per year (six issues)
    for youths ages twelve and up
  Adults: $10 per year (twelve issues)
Booklets: $6 each or five for $20
   Why Evolution? concise and
     informative
   Humanism for Kids (forty pages)--by
     and for young humanists

* Feminist Caucus of the
American Humanist Association
P.O. Box 448
Madison, WI 53701
1-608-256-5800
Welcomes humanist women and men.
Annual membership:
  $15 individual; $25 organization

* Friends of Religious Humanism
P.O. Box 1188
Amherst, NY 14226-7188
1-716-839-1214
E-mail: friendsrelhum@prodigy.net
Affiliate organization of the Unitarian
Universalist association and publisher
of the journal Religious Humanism.
Annual membership: $35
Subscription only: $22

* Imagine a World of Wanted/
Nurtured Children
Shirley Braverman, director
P.O. Box 1001
San Jacinto, CA 92581-1001
E-mail: nursex@inetacess.com
Web: www.adsforchoice.org
Educational division of the American
Humanist Association, under the
auspices of the Humanist Society of
Friends, promoting a civilized world
through population growth control and
greater nurturing in childrearing.

* International Humanist and
Ethical Union
47 Theobald's Road
London WC1X 8SP
44-171-831-4817
44-171-404-8641 FAX
Web: www.iheu.org
International coalition of member
humanist organizations; a Nongovernmental
Organization of the UN
Annual Supporter: 30 [pounds sterling]
Lifetime Supporter: 400 [pounds sterling]

* Secular Web (Internet Infidels)
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