Grinning Skull

Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson’s short play “Grinning Skull”  is featured at The Paul Robeson Theatre Festival at the L.A. Theatre Center. Check it out here: Set in Los Angeles in 1946, three female washroom attendants wrestle with the decision to unionize, bucking racism, sexism, and class discrimination at the Pacific Electric Railway […]

Museum of the African Diaspora and California Historical Society present:

Museum of the African Diaspora and California Historical Society present White Nights, Black Paradise | A Screening and Discussion on Black Women, Peoples Temple and Jonestown Check it out here: On November 18, 1978, more than 900 people died in a mass murder-suicide at the Peoples Temple Settlement in Jonestown, […]


Sikivu will be speaking at the 2018 Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, Australia Check it out here: Building on the success of The Rise of Atheism (2010) and A Celebration of Reason (2012), in 2018 the Atheist Foundation of Australia is excited to host the third Global Atheist Convention, Reason […]

Social Justice: Addressing the Narrative of Fear

Sikivu speaking at Humanist Institute’s Social Justice: Addressing the Narrative of Fear, sponsored by The Humanist Institute, the Humanist Center of MN, and First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. The event is free and open to the public (child care provided) Lunch available with vegetarian and vegan options. For more details […]

SSA Backbone Award

Sikivu was awarded the Backbone Award by the Secular Student Alliance Check it out here: The SSA Backbone Award is given to an individual within the secular movement who is a guide and inspiration to secular students and student groups. This person has demonstrated a passion and commitment to the Mission, Vision, and […]