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Humanism is something many atheists are familiar with, but may not know enough about. This week at the Minnesota State Fair, we ask the Humanists of Minnesota to answer the touch questions about humanism from fairgoers.
Produced by Minnesota Atheists. Directed by August Berkshire. Hosted by Mike Haubrich.
"A Discussion about Humanism" with Humanists of Minnesota leaders: Scott Lohman, president; Ron Scribner, treasurer; Erica Klein, member
Since you're listening to a show called Atheists Talk, you probably have an idea what atheism is. In case you don't, or you have no idea what the difference is between strong and weak atheism is, it's time to go to school with August Berkshire, Cynthia Egli, and George Kane as Mike Haubrich sit down at the Great Minnesota Get Together as we bring you an interactive show from the State Fair.
A discussion about atheism with Minnesota Atheists leaders: August Berkshire, president; Cynthia Egli, associate president; George Kane, secretary
Few things connect atheists better then reading and food. This week, Lynn Fellman interviews anthropologist blogger Greg Laden who talks to us about how human food has impacted human evolution. Later, Grant Steves speaks with John Coy on "Box Out." Coy has written a novel targets to adolescent boys, an audience which has been a long ignored group. It focuses on how schools and sports can marginalize teens who may not fit a stereotype or expectation.
Biologist Greg Laden on “Food, Cooking, and Human Evolution.”
John Coy on "Box Out."
Lori Lipman Brown, Director, Secular Coalition for America, discusses the past legislative session.
Louis Appignani, Humanist Philanthropist
Interviewer: Scott Lohman,
President, Humanists of Minnesota