The Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers (DoS) is held annually on the final weekend in February. Nonbelievers use this day as an opportunity to build genuine communal relationships and launch a wave of activism among non-theists of color.
The DoS event is also an effort to bring together African American humanists, atheists, freethinkers and advocates as well as bring out closeted nonbelievers and let them know that they are not alone.
This is mostly a social get together and opportunity to build community with black secularists and their allies. Folks from all over the area can connect to find common ground and build on common interests.
Host Jamila Bey spoke with Alix Jules, Ayanna Watson and Ernest Parker to talk about this week’s Day of Solidarity.