Humanists of Colorado
The Humanists of Colorado, based in Denver, Colorado, is a local chapter of the national American Humanists Association. Our local group was founded in 1980.

HOC Meetings are held on the 2nd Sunday evening of each month, starting with a Potluck Supper at 6 pm, followed by a program at 7 pm at the Secular Hub, 3100 Downing St. All HOC members are invited to the board meeting that is held at 4 pm just prior to the potluck. Please join us for a social event. You can also read more about the Humanists of Colorado, find out more about humanism, or find out how to become a member of HOC.

The Next Meeting of Humanists of Colorado


Sunday 14 September 2014 - Racism in the US


Racism in the US: 1865 to Present Day

Kristl Tyler is the author of The Wheat Money. The Wheat Money is an examination of the fifteen decades that have passed since slavery was made illegal via the 13th Amendment to our Constitution. Tyler will talk about how racism built the inner city ghettos and gave rise to a welfare class that evolved to survive within them. She’ll also talk about the culture clash that comes when those raised in the inner city try to move past their roots and find they don’t have the tools to make that transition.


Venue Instructions: Parking is available on the side of the building, on the street, in the lot across the alley, and in the lot across 31st street. Please do not park directly behind the building, under the stairway to the upstairs apartments.

Potluck dinner at 6 pm. Program at 7 pm. Potluck instructions are based upon the first letter of the last name. Please do not bring drinks for the potluck. Drinks will be available as concessions, so bring a few extra dollars for some soda or coffee.

A-B) Main Dish
C-D) Side Dish or Salad
E-J) Side Dish, Bread or Chips
K-R) Dessert  
S-Z) Main Dish


 For further information call HOC President Kimberly Saviano at 720-275-9513.