Humanism in Boston

Humanism has a vital, and growing, presence in Greater Boston today. The first Humanist Chaplaincy, now known as “The Humanist Hub,” was established at Harvard University decades ago. Today, The Humanist Hub works with humanist, interfaith, and secular groups at Harvard and MIT and hosts public programming on ethical leadership and related topics. Humanists in Greater Boston connect through this “Hub,” as well as a variety of local groups, including the Concord Area Humanists and Greater Boston Humanists, both of which are affiliated with the national American Humanist Association.

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