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The theme of the Humanist Circle discussion is the book Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History, 2017, by Kurt Andersen.
It is preferable but not necessary to read it. After a short introduction, we will read citations from the book and everyone will have a chance to express their opinion on each topic.

These are the chosen quotations for a Nonfiction Talk by the Humanist Fellowship.

Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-Year History by Kurt Andersen

For the Nonfiction Talks event:

These are my suggestions for the humanist books list for the local city and San Diego County libraries to submit in two languages, if necessary, in Spanish and English.
Three of the books I read and really liked, and the rest of the titles are included after some research on popularity and significance, plus some of my knowledge of the authors. The book list:

I finally approved us for Google benefits for nonprofits, and I am in the process of starting using them, one by one. 

The first I've chosen is the ads via AdWords on Google search engine in the coastal part of San Diego County.


This is worth abot $300 a month in advertisement. 

We are in the process to be approved for a permanent website hosting with special nonprofit privileges under an additional search-engine-friendly domain name to establish proper email addresses and event management systems. Articles from this blog will be forwarded there in the future.

Today one member left HFSD for political reasons. My response as a president was:

Finally, after two months, I managed to put us on the map! 

Before, using Google Maps for local organizations, people in our area had only two options: Unitarian Church (yes, their profile was sometimes directly shown for the keywords like "humanist") and Humanist Association.