Reading Time: 5 minutes Late last year, I surveyed Black youth between the ages of 15-24 about their views on Black humanism, media representations of Black and women of color atheists, respectability politics, and the connection between religion, misogynoir, and homophobia. The majority of them were from South Los Angeles. I followed up with a podcast featuring four of […]
The Color of Disbelief
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A new secularism in Mexico: The coin is in the air
Reading Time: 8 minutes Mexico’s religious history is more complex and varied than most people realize, says researcher De la Torre—and a new shift is underway.
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It’s secularism, stupid: Why Latino voters aren’t abandoning the Democratic Party
Reading Time: 6 minutes Throughout the 2022 midterm election cycle, there have been countless stories about Latinos abandoning the Democratic Party. A closer examination of the polls and questions around Latino religiosity tells a different story, one rooted in the most dramatic development in Latino politics: the rise of secularism.