Thanks to Center for Inquiry Indiana, and Reba Boyd-Wooden, you can sign up to receive training to become certified under CFI’s Secular Celebrant program! Register here. “While some people of the secular worldview do not see a need for rituals and ceremonies of any kind, many feel that having a way of marking life passages […]

Secular Women Work is committed to making the conference an accessible space, particularly for those from resource-limited settings. Grants include paid conference registration and a travel stipend, where available. Despite being a small conference, we have a selection of grants available. Members of underrepresented groups within the secular movement are encouraged to apply.With the goal […]

Yes, you! You made the Kickstarter a success! Thank you for supporting this project. Thank you for helping make this conference come to life. We are super excited about how much interest there is in making sure other people get to benefit from this conference. We had lots backers for the Endow a Scholarship level! […]

When we think of activist, we tend to picture some hardcore, kick ass people at protests, on picket lines, sitting at lunch counters, risking arrest or worse, to fight for their civil rights.   It’s an intimidating and daunting enough image to make some of us feel we could never fit such a title. Yeah, […]

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with Miri Mogilevsky Workshop Track 2 Set 3 Online groups are great, in part, because the barriers to participation are lower. However, letting these spaces be overrun by any kind of behavior becomes its own barrier to participation for many people. Let’s talk about how to set boundaries for behavior that keep our spaces accessible […]

with Lauren Lane Workshop Set 2 Track 2 “But what can a nobody like me do?” This is one of the heartbreaking questions we hear in activism, especially since the answer is “Nobody is a nobody” and “So very, very much”. Come to this workshop and come away with ideas on how you–yes, you–can make […]

with Hiba Krisht Sunday – 11:15 AM Workshop Set 4 Track 1 We all know self-care is necessary for activists by now, right? Good. That still leaves us figuring out the how and when. Come learn how to recognize when you need to put yourself first and develop strategies for coping with the everyday stresses […]

with Heather Rosa Saturday – 11:00 AM Workshop Set 2 Track 1 One of the hardest parts of movement activism is navigating competing needs. Assertive communication is a tool to help us stay both focused and respectful while dealing with those needs. Come find out what assertive communication is and practice being assertive in some […]

with Stephanie Zvan Saturday – 9:45 AM Workshop Set 1 Track 1 It’s hard to hear that you’ve screwed up, particularly when you’re pouring time, energy, and heart into making things better. Defensiveness is a natural reaction, but it’s usually not a helpful one. Come discuss strategies to cope with criticism without the world exploding […]