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 10 May 2015 - Racism in the Police Force with Steve Hill


We're happy to have comedian Steve Hill back at the Secular Hub and this time we are getting the chance to get serious with him. Steve was a member of a the California Department of Corrections until the politics and attitudes and culture of the force made him re-evaluate where he stood. As our nation continues to struggle with the topic of race and the relationship we have with those sworn to uphold and enforce the law, this talk is sure to foster some great discussion. Steve warns "I'll be speaking on modern day 'policing' and RACE. Not for the squeamish!"


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.


Due to the AHA conference, instead of our usual potluck dinner, we'll be ordering pizza from the restaurant next door and selling slices for $3.00, drinks and other snacks are available as always.


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