London Black Atheists, despite the name Black, is a group that welcomes all atheists. We want to free our minds and our communities from all religious pollution and corruption. Our mission is to encourage ethnic peoples of all stripes and particularly of the African Diaspora to come out as atheists to other atheists. We know that some people are not ready to come out openly, so we will not reveal your identity publicly if you are not ready for this. We provide a friendly, welcoming and supportive environment for people who want to declare themselves as atheists but are wary of receiving a hostile reaction from their family and friends, leaving them isolated with no one to turn to and nowhere to go.

We actively work with other atheist groups such as  HumanismUK,  Faith to Faithless Central London Humanists Group  and a whole host of others to further our cause.  We have links with African humanist such as Leo Igwe  who was our keynote speaker at our very first meeting.

If you live or work in London or are just visiting, if you are questioning religion and want to meet like minded people, feel free to come to one of our meetings or events.

LBA members posing at Speakers Corner