NOW Elects New President

Posted by Hapi Editor | Posted on July 6, 2017

We would like to send our most HAPI CONGRATULATIONS to Ms. Toni Van Pelt for recently being elected as the new president of the National Organization for Women (NOW) in the U.S.

Our most hearfelt greetings to you as you continue to fight for equality and human dignity as any true humanist would.

From your HAPI Family!

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  1. Toni Van Pelt is co-founder, president and Congressional lobbyist for the Institute for Science and Human Values (ISHV). She launched and directed one of the first public policy offices of the secular humanist movement in Washington DC, focusing on the importance of science, the use of empirical evidence as the basis for public policy, separation of church and state, secularism, and women’s and LGBTQI rights. She regularly presents on a variety of issues including proposed federal legislation and regulations, human rights, how to effectively participate in federal and state government, how to lobby legislative bodies and on the United Nations Convention to Eliminate Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). As a secular humanist and feminist activist, she serves on the board of the Institute for Humanist Studies and on many of the boards and committees of the National Organization for Women.

    Information from: American United For Separation of Church and State.

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