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Social Justice Summits, Projects and Networking
because atheism is not enough

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In the news

POCBF’s Director Kimberly Veal is featured in a news segment on Chicago’s WGN TV.
The following segment was aired on May 4, 2015.

What We Do


Our Social Justice Summits feature regional and national conferences that provide a relaxed yet informative opportunity for People of Color to network and share ideas.  Our conferences include a variety of lively forums that address numerous social justice issues.

Reaching Out

We offer live webcasts and BlogTalk Radio talk shows where the big issues facing our communities are discussed from a secular humanist, non-theistic point of view.  Our goal to provide forums featuring “real people” as well as experts who share their life experiences and observations.


From distributing backpacks to school children to promoting HIV awareness, we are actively involved in projects that will help our local communities.  Check out our projects portfolio and contact us if your organization has a project it would like us to promote.


We believe in dialogue and dignity.

People of Color’s lives matter.  We are freethinkers and humanists who are networking with secular and [non-fundamentalist] faith communities in order to share ideas, experiences and resources.  By working together to provide opportunities, education and aid, we will meet our common goal in improving the lives of People of Color and their communities.

Connect with us today!  Groups and individuals welcome.

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Social Justice Summits

October 16-17, 2015 – Moving Social Justice 2 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, D.C.  Admission:  FREE

See the event page for more details.


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