Membership & Donations
Becoming a member, or renewing a membership, is easy. Click on the membership button. If you would like to donate, go to the About Us page.
Membership is $20.00 per household. It's fast, easy, and mostly painless.
What is Humanism?
Humanists reject superstitious beliefs.
Instead, we can make sense of the world using reason, experience and shared values.
We can make the best of life by creating meaning and purpose for ourselves, and choosing to take responsibility for our actions.
It is important to act morally towards others, not because of a divine imperative, but because people have inherent dignity.
We have only one life, it is our responsibility to make it a good life, and to live it well.
In some awful, strange, paradoxical way, atheists tend to take religion more seriously than the practitioners. - Jonathon Miller
Looking for something to do? Check out our Calendar page for upcoming NOSHA events.
See The SE Louisiana Freethinkers & Nonbelievers Group at meetup.com for more information
Read previous issues of Nosha News, the official newsletter for the New Orleans Secular Humanist Association.
NOSHA has received several proclamations from the city of New Orleans. See Archive, for more information.
Check out the Review Archive, for reviews for books, movies, tv, web, and media in general.
NOSHA produces a half-hour program, "The New Orleans Humanist Perspective," which airs on Cox Cable, New Orleans, Channel 76. See our Media page for more detail.
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2013 "Hope After Faith" Book Signing
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Rose at "Hope After Faith" Book Signing with Jerry DeWitt and Ethan Brown