The Humanist Hour #59: Introducing Todd Stiefel

A new installment of the AHA’s Audio Podcast is available for listening. Keep reading to find out about the guests on this month’s show.

In this month’s podcast, listen to Jes Constantine interview her new co-host, Todd Stiefel.  Todd Stiefel lives in Raleigh, NC. He is a secular humanist, an atheist and full-time freethought activist. Todd currently serves as the Vice President of the Secular Coalition for America and in many other roles in the Freethought Movement. He has given over $3 million dollars to charities in the Freethought Movement. This is highlighted by $2 million to found the Stiefel Freethought Foundation and $500,000 to the Secular Coalition for America Education Fund.

Join humanists and freethinkers from across the country April 7-10, 2011 at the AHA’s 70th Anniversary Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, and meet speakers like Rebecca Goldstein, Steve Wozniak, Jeff Sharlet, Roy Zimmerman, and more!

Tune in to the Humanist Hour podcast next month as we learn more about the United Coalition of Reason.

Links from this month’s episode:

Music from this month’s episode (in order of appearance):

Theme Song: “Sound Scientist” by Bill
Cover of “I Got Mine” by Words Such as “Burn” (Originally by the Black Keys) 

Editor’s Note: Though we recommend subscribing to our podcast using a program like iTunes, you can start listening right now by downloading audio file directly: 

  • Direct Download: thh59.mp3
    (right click the link to save the mp3 file or left click to listen).
"Fellow Vegan Atheist! I'm so excited to see this new blog. Thanksgiving has always been ..."

Hosting the family vegan at Thanksgiving
"I'm lucky, my folks were believers but not passionate ones - never said grace, never ..."

Hosting the family atheist at Thanksgiving
"I will have the opposite problem this Thanksgiving. Our atheist/vaguely deist/don't care family will have ..."

Hosting the family atheist at Thanksgiving
"thanks for the correction. google shows that 'hang a lantern' is also acceptable terminology but ..."

Hosting the family atheist at Thanksgiving

Browse Our Archives



What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment