The Chicago Community Humanism Initiative
Social isolation kills early, and social activity is a critical factor in one’s health.
There are arguably millions of humanist people (whether they currently realize they are or not) who suffer from a deficit of social contact and support, especially as compared to churchgoers.
This is a monumental health crisis that demands immediate attention and action.
What We’re Doing
The Chicago Ethical Humanist Circle’s active and expanding Humanist special interest meetups (online and live) allow humanist people to talk about or participate in with others who share their lifestance without any ulterior motive other than having a good time with others, and living longer as a result.