About

About

Sincere Kirabo is a DC area based cultural critic and social change instigator committed to Black liberation and maintaining better stats than his son in Call of Duty. 

Sincere has a background in social science and his critiques of social issues have been featured in various media outlets, including The Humanist, Black Youth Project, The Establishment, and Everyday Feminism.

From February 2016 until May 2018, Sincere served as the social justice coordinator with the American Humanist Association (AHA). In this role, Sincere was responsible for designing, implementing, and organizing social justice strategy and initiatives that connected humanist philosophy with inclusive practices and outreach—the Humanists Optimizing and Upholding Shelter Equality (HOUSE) and No Voter Left Behind campaigns among the initiatives he helped spearhead. His work with AHA centered developing critical consciousness within secular humanist and atheist communities to incite action against an oppressive established order.

From May 2017 to January 2018, Sincere served as a member of the programming committee for the National LGBTQ Task Force's 2018 Creating Change Conference, the nation's premier LGBTQ-centered grassroots activist-building event.

From September 2017 to April 7, 2018, Sincere served as lead organizer for Secular Social Justice 2018, a bi-annual event that emphasizes the perspectives and expertise of secular, humanist, and atheist people of color.

Following his departure from movement atheism, Sincere now focuses on cultivating Black humanist culture, building  healthy Black masculinity, and struggling to create a world that honors the "radical" idea of free Black people.




“We are the ones we have been waiting for."

- June Jordan