Glass City Humanist is a podcast that explores the values that make up the Humanist philosophy and how to apply them in our lives each day and looks at the intersectionality of various social justice issues of the day.
The Glass City Humanist podcast is for people who want to explore what Humanism has to offer or who know they are Humanists and are looking for ways to increase their understanding of Humanism. Listeners of the show will also be interested in social justice issues and solving the existential threats of our times using science and data to come to rational tentative conclusions.
Each episode is recorded and produced in Toledo, Ohio and is either a monologue by the host about a topic or two or an interview, done remotely, of someone who is known in the secular community or is doing work secular people can support.
Host Douglas Berger brings over twenty years involvement in the freethought movement to each episode.
Some Stats: (as of December 2023)
At least 1 download from at least 40 countries
Interviews with Andrew Seidel, Rachel Laser, PZ Myers, Charles Hill, Emily Newman, Chris Highland, Kevin Bolling, Sam McGuire, Nick Little, Hemant Mehta, and others…
Top 5 Episodes
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