WHAT WE DO.
There is an ideal that exemplifies the core of our humanity. It's the lighthouse that connects us at the fundamental level. Hiding in plain sight, it reminds us—in the darkest and brightest times, who we are. And, it's the driving principle encompassing our maxim: To Be Human is Enough.
Affinis Humanity promotes Intersectional Humanism (IH) as a social model to address and resolve the three main discriminatory acts of humanity caused by religious fundamentalism: gender, sex, and race. Peer-review research has detected a strong correlation between fundamentalism and social prejudices.
Affinis Humanity encourages healthy dialogue to dismantle stigmas fundamentalist dogmas have constructed. Through apparel, campaigns, and virtual discussions, we initiate resolutions to improve our awareness and seek resolution.
OUR LOGO: SUMUS.
Our logo Sumus (for pronunciation go here) Latin for 'We Are.' The triangle represents the three psychological aspects of the human condition: thought, emotion, and action. The eye symbolizes the leadership humanity possesses in governing their own lives—free from indoctrination and superstition. No god or artificer is coming to save us. We are the change we seek.
Meet The Team
Founder & President
Robert Peoples is the Founder and President of Affinis Humanity. As a former Diversity and Inclusion Trainer, Robert knows all too well the importance of intersectional advocacy. He has presented humanist and philosophical presentations in high schools and virtual events.
Political Communications Director
Tory Roberg is a well-respected lobbyist extraordinaire at the Arizona state Capitol, known for her work to promote minority groups and otherwise unpopular issues among the legislative majority. Tory is the owner of Fortitude: an advocacy-based organization that aids businesses and nonprofits with strategic legislative lobbying and communications.
International Communications Director
Tina Chang specializes in Asian multi-lingual communications—fluent in Taiwanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, and English. Formerly, she was a teacher of Mandarin in Taiwanese schools. Tina believes that learning different languages changes the way you think and creates an elevated understanding of philosophical ideas.