Increasing Diversity in Emerging Non-religious Communities, by Christopher Hassall of the University of Leeds and Ian Bushfield, formerly of British Columbia, who now blogs at Terahertz Atheist, may be the first peer-reviewed study to attempt to quantify diversity within the atheist movement. Its findings reveal what many have suspected – the leadership of the atheist movement is not particularly diverse or representative of the broader society. However, they also reveal that real progress is being made. For more details, check out the post on Canadian Atheist.
On Canadian Atheist: Study on diversity in the atheist movement shows we have a ways to, but are making progress by Indi in the Wired is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.