Who We Are

Producers/Hosts:  Barry F. Seidman / Arnell Dowret

Barry has worked as a humanist/Freethought community leader and events coordinator for the Council for Secular Humanism and the Center for Inquiry (2000-2006). Barry’s writing has been published in Free Inquiry, Philosophy Now, The Skeptic UK, The New Humanist, the Daily Record of New Jersey, Biotechnology News, Oncology.com, The Sciences, Skeptical Inquirer and EXIT, and he is co-editor of the anthology, Toward a New Political Humanism. He is working on a new book on how to get to a healthy global society based on interviews conducted on ETFF.

Arnell is a writer, radio host, and activist in the humanist community.  He is a contributing author to the book, Toward A New Political Humanism, and to the book, The Myth of Free Will.  He developed “Secular Connections” an alternative experimental workshop originally offered by Center for Inquiry in New Jersey. He is working on a book about Scientific Naturalism, Determinism, and Progressive Change.

Special Guest Hosts: Matthew LaClair & Xaquri Rzetelny

Matthew graduated with a BA in Culture and Media Studies from the New School and then received an MA in Science Journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.  His involvement in the media world began in high school, when he challenged his U.S. History teacher for preaching his religious beliefs during class time.  The following year, he worked to correct an inaccurate and biased AP American Government textbook.  As an advocate for accuracy, he appeared on and in numerous media outlets such as The New York Times, Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, and Brian Lehrer on NPR, delivered addresses around the country, published an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, and continually worked toward providing quality education to students in my school and around the country.

Jessica Schab / Diego Fontanive

Damian Gracia

Xaq is a lifelong science enthusiast who loves explaining science as much as learning it.  He is currently doing both writing for the online magazine, Ars Technica. He also writes “The Lex Files” series of articles on the Superman Homepage, where he examines the science of Superman from Lex Luthor’s perspective. Xaq graduated from Rutgers University, where he studied journalism & physics.

Founder:  Dorothy “Sara” Klein

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