Black Nonbelievers (BN) is a 501 c3 non-profit organization. Headquartered in the Atlanta area, we connect with other Blacks (and allies) who are living free of religion and might otherwise be shunned by family and friends in a caring, friendly, and informative environment. Instead of accepting dogma, we determine truth and morality through reason and evidence.
The mission of Black Nonbelievers is to:
• Provide secular fellowship.
• Nurture and support nonbelievers in “coming out” (ie, openly identification).
• Promote pride in the atheist/nonreligious identity.
• Organize members for charitable causes and a variety of events.
Black Nonbelievers welcomes all regardless of age, gender identity, sexual identity, national origin, and racial identity.
Black Nonbelievers can be found in the following cities (Click to find the one nearest you)
– Atlanta, GA
– Charlotte, NC
– Cincinnati, OH
– Columbus, OH
– Detroit, MI
– Louisville, KY
– Minneapolis, MN
– New Orleans, LA
– New York City, NY
– Orlando, FL
– Portland, OR
– Richmond, VA
– St. Louis, MO
– Washington, D.C.
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- BN’s 10th Anniversary Celebration: Safe and Fun!2021 will mark 10 years of Black Nonbelievers and our work as an organization! Join us for some exciting presentations, workshops, and fun times in the city of New Orleans. We want to celebrate with you! As part of the effort to make the event as fun and safe as possible, we recently went downContinue reading “BN’s 10th Anniversary Celebration: Safe and Fun!”
- Scholarships, Billboards, and More!The Association of Black Humanists (United Kingdom) and Black Nonbelievers (United States) is proud to present a celebration of atheist and humanist representation across the African Diaspora! While we are in different parts of the world, we came together to share our experiences, as well as celebrate our work!
- Religion or Liberation: Black Atheists Say, Choose One!For Immediate Distribution Following a powerful “Black Family Discussion”, Black Nonbelievers has launched a billboard campaign aimed at encouraging the Black community to evaluate their religious beliefs as aiding and abetting White supremacy. The organization also charges that said beliefs are a hindrance to liberation from oppressive systems, which can derail progress for our communities.Continue reading “Religion or Liberation: Black Atheists Say, Choose One!”
We are excited about our 10th Anniversary, and we hope you are too! Be sure join us in New Orleans by starting here!!!
Women of Color Beyond Belief will be back and better than ever in 2021. Register here today!!!
BN Seacon will be back in 2021! Get on board now!!!