The Association of Black Humanists (ABH) have a YouTube channel! The ABH works to increase visibility, prominence, and create space for non-religious people from Africa/AfricanCaribbean and the diaspora, and to work with the wider humanist community towards common goals. You can find talks and discussions including topics such as sentientism, deconversion, the murder of George Floyd, Yoruba…Read More Association of Black Humanists on YouTube
Come join the Libre Graphics Club and learn how to use community developed image editing software to produce ace flyers and posters. Next session is Monday 10th May, 6 – 8 PM BST. Please register on eventbrite for all the details. Can’t make it? Libre Graphics Club sessions run twice every month, on the 10th…Read More Yet more Libre Graphics! 10th and 20th of each month.
Libre Graphics Club is a project to help people skill up with digital and printed visuals, without having to use expensive corporate software. Come and learn how to use community developed image editing software to produce ace flyers, posters & more. The first online event is this Monday 29th March, 6.30-8pm, focussing on co-developing the…Read More Libre Graphics Club is go!
It’s been dark, cold, and we’re all missing being able to meet up together. But Common House Assemblies have been carrying on online over the last months to keep everything going! Some updates: Members are looking into ways we can do more to make activism accessible, and will be have conversations with different groups to…Read More Bumper winter assemblies update!
This was the first assembly that happened in the new slot, Monday evening at 7pm (or join at 6pm for a social and virtual dinner). Our member groups have been busy this month. The Association of Black Humanists have facilitated an international Humanism conference, are working on translating the key ideas of Humanism into various…Read More News from October Common House Assembly
As usual, we heard about all the exciting things member groups have been up to over the past month. Queer Kickabout reported back about their first Queer Olympics event in Victoria park last month; it was massively popular with queer grassroots sports groups putting on events like rollerskating and basketball, followed by a picnic. Feminist…Read More News from September Common House Assembly
At Sunday’s assembly member groups shared updates on their recent activities, which for Concrete Action include working on an action that confronts gentrification as a race issue, and for Queerspace, signing up to the London Bi Pandas pledge to be actively antiracist within their organising. We’ve been organising online workshops on knowing your rights when…Read More Update from Common House Assembly (August 2020)
Common House Assemblies have been continuing online due to the on-going coronavirus situation. At Sunday’s assembly we discussed how to implement a partial re-opening safely, and will be consulting with Common House members in the coming weeks to work out the best approach. We discussed some of the ongoing collective projects among members. This includes…Read More Update from Common House Assembly (July 2020)
The Filthbusters Collective have put out a new zine on alternatives to calling the police, all you ever wanted to know and more. It’s currently tailored to Hackney but could be adapted for your area, e.g by adding links to groups local to you. Contact details for Filthbusters can be found in the zine. It’s…Read More Filthbusters! A zine on alternatives to calling the police
Common Ground: bringing community initiatives and activist groups together for fun and action filled afternoon The Common House is co-hosting a street festival on Middleton Green, together with Teesdale & Hollybush TRA and Phytology from the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. We are going to bring what happens inside community spaces outside – ‘Common Ground’…Read More Common Ground Festival