Podcast Ep. 104: Monica Miller, Attorney for the American Humanist Association April 24, 2016

Podcast Ep. 104: Monica Miller, Attorney for the American Humanist Association

Our latest podcast guest is Monica Miller, attorney for the American Humanist Association.


Miller is Senior Counsel at the AHA’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center. If the AHA is involved in a lawsuit, she’s the person doing the legwork, and that involves everything from letters to city councils to amicus briefs for the U.S. Supreme Court.

We spoke with her about when anonymity can be used in a case, the surprising number of religious people who complain about church/state violations, and when a Christian cross isn’t a Christian cross.

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