In a global climate in which the sociopolitical disenfranchisement of people of color remains acute, the Secular Social Justice Conference is a humanist-centered response to the continued marginalization of issues disproportionately impacting communities of color.

This conference possesses a unique legacy in that it emphasizes the insight, lived experiences, and leadership of secular and humanist racial minorities who believe social progress must come through human intervention.

The 2018 Secular Social Justice conference being held April 7th in Washington DC at All Souls Church—a continuation of 2016’s Secular Social Justice in Houston—is a one-day event featuring workshops and discussions that will equip participants with increased awareness and tools to act in solidarity with misrepresented and marginalized communities.