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Where Military Service Leaves Off, Music Begins

Where Military Service Leaves Off, Music Begins

I am Chief Master Sergeant Rich Brown, a recent retiree from the United States Air Force.  I originally entered the service in December of 1984, specializing as an Independent Duty Medical Technician (4N000 SEI 496).  Since then, I have served … Continue reading

Only One Not Cheering

Only One Not Cheering

Anne Klaeysen, Leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture, recently gave a platform address on the power of poetry to express human values and humanist values.  “Poetry has the power to inspire us and elicit empathy for others. It can turn us inward … Continue reading

Check Out What MAAF Affiliates Are Up To!

Check Out What MAAF Affiliates Are Up To!

MAAF Affiliates have been busy in April, with a wide variety of activities, outreach, and community building. Here at MAAF National, Jason has been working with the Seventh Day Adventists to develop training materials that bridge the gap between our … Continue reading

Healthy Resolution of Conflict at RAF Lakenheath

Healthy Resolution of Conflict at RAF Lakenheath

 Shane Hinton is stationed at RAF Lakenheath, UK. He has been active with the local humanist communities and is one of our certified lay leaders. He is married with (soon to be) two children. He recounts this story of resolving … Continue reading

Foxhole Atheist Heroism

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Foxhole Atheist Heroism

MAAF would like to recognize member Tori Aletheia’s recent Foxhole Atheist Heroism; Tori and her partner on the police force saved a local family of eight from a burning home on March 25, 2014. Eight people escaped an overnight house … Continue reading

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