This is How You Can Help a Ugandan School Built on Humanist Principles January 13, 2014

This is How You Can Help a Ugandan School Built on Humanist Principles

I’ve posted a couple articles on this site, written by Sean McGuire, about the Kasese Humanist Primary School, a school in Uganda that’s founded and run on Secular Humanist principles, a school that emphasizes science and teaches students to think critically.

KHPS staff standing in front of one of the current school buildings (Bwambale Robert)

Now, McGuire has put together this beautiful video of how things are going and what still needs to be done to make the school successful. (The song by Shelley Segal is a perfect fit, too.)

If you’d like to help these students — and how could you not after watching that? — please consider making a donation here.

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