Secular Students Find Their Place On Campus

October 8, 2010

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Religious surveys find that 15 percent of Americans identify themselves as non-religious. Now, college students who identify that way are finding or creating opportunities to fellowship with others that fall into that category. But how does identifying as atheist, agnostic or humanist play out for black college students? Host Michel Martin talks with Mark Hatcher, founder of the Secular Students of Howard University, Debbie Goddard , spokesperson for the Center for Inquiry, a nonprofit group that promotes secular values, and Greg Epstein, the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University.