Does humanism as a movement or a belief system appeal equally to all ethnic, age or age groups?
If there are any groups that you feel are less represented in the humanist movement, or in HAT specifically, why do you think this is? Is it in the character of humanism itself, or in how HAT and other humanist groups present themselves, that attracts some demographic groups more than others?
Should HAT make it a priority to diversify the movement? If so, how?
NOTE: The HAT Forum adheres strictly to the City of Toronto Policy on Non-Discrimination (http://www.the519.org/public/content/policy-files/The519SpaceUsePolicy.pdf)