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Secular Humanism in the Philippines

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By Emmanuel Ikan Astillero Oct 17, 2017 7:37 PM (+8 GMT) Makati, Philippines Humanist societies, such as HAPI, are atheistic, secular and humanistic. Members do not believe in the existence of a god, are non-religious, and adhere to a…

Finding Humanism

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Finding Humanism by Herb Burdeaux September 19, 2017 6PM (-8 GMT) Seattle, WA, USA We all have our story of how we found humanism,…

My Journey from Church to Atheism

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My Journey from Church to Atheism (with a stop at Agnosticism along the way) by Robin Carr September 17, 2017 10PM (-8 GMT) Vancouver, British Columbia Visitors to Canada’s province of Quebec often feel they are in Europe when…

Philippine Original Place Names

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By Emmanuel Ikan Astillero September 14, 2017 8PM (+8 GMT) Makati, Philippines Before the Spaniards came in 1521, our place names were originally our own. When the Spaniards came, together with the forced subjugation of our society, and…

IN RETROSPECT: HAPI TREES YEAR 2

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HAPI TREES Year 2- Sept 11, 2016 21 chapters in about 20 provinces nationwide stood up in solidarity to care for our mother nature, last September 11, 2016. Hundreds of volunteers had joined and planted thousands of trees, mangroves and…

Women’s Right to Vote: A Lookback at a Philippine Struggle for Human Rights

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Almost eighty years ago to this day, Filipino women won suffrage or the right to vote. That glorious win came after a long struggle by humanist women and their supporters. Let us remember and celebrate this achievement in the history of Philippine…

The Diogenes of Mayberry Live at iChill Café April 8, 2017

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The Diogenes of Mayberry Live at iChill Café April 8, 2017 by Jinjin Melany Heger Our regular HAPI Meetup this month of April was honored with a special appearance from our guest... the notorious Diogenes of Mayberry himself, Mr. Jason…