- Presidential welcome January 11, 2019
- Humanists Christmas message December 20, 2018
- Brett and the Bishops October 30, 2018
- Anti-Semitism, or Anti-Zionism? September 27, 2018
- Boris, Burkas and Bigotry August 18, 2018
- A glimpse of the apocalypse? August 8, 2018
- A monumental failure! July 24, 2018
- Irish revolution June 29, 2018
- Fake News! May 21, 2018
- Nipping bigotry in the bud April 4, 2018
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Author Archives: eastlon
Article for Ilford Recorder ‘Spiritual Life’ column celebrating the Humanistic values represented by new and past presidents of Humanists UK (for publication 24.1.19). “Humanists UK began 2019 with a brilliant new President. Appointed for 3 years, Professor Alice Roberts steps … Continue reading
Article published Barking and Dagenham Recorder 19 December 2018. ‘Do Humanists celebrate Christmas? It’s one of the most common questions Humanists get asked in school talks. Perhaps some students think non-religious people like us miss out. I explain that people … Continue reading
This opinion piece (Barking & Dagenham Post 5.11.18) highlights the undue influence enjoyed by the Church both in the US and here.
In his regular opinion column for the Barking & Dagenham post the Chair of East London Humanists expresses his personal view on the anti-Semitism debate (published 26.9.18). “I write in my personal capacity as a Jew, an atheist and a … Continue reading
East London Humanists examine Boris Johson’s burka comments and refusal to apologise in this piece for the ‘Spiritual Life’ column, Ilf0rd Recorder 24.8.18
East London Humanists argue the extreme weather is a wake up call in this article for the Barking and Dagenham Post August 2018.
East London Humanists reflect on the lack of statues of women, and champion a neglected local heroine, in this opinion piece (Newham Recorder 2 August 2018)
East London Humanists reflect on the significance of the recent referendum in Ireland in this opinion piece for the Barking & Dagenham Post July 2018.
East London Humanists reflect on how Trump’s values are diametrically opposed to ours. (Opinion piece Barking and Dagenham Post & Newham Recorder May 2018).
This opinion piece for the Barking and Dagenham Post (11.4.18) looks at a threat to community cohesion largely ignored by the mainstream media.