Warren Allen Smith

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Warren Allen Smith (born 27 October 1921) is an American gay rights activist, writer and humanities humanist. In 1961, Smith started the Variety Recording Studio, a major independent company off Broadway, New York City, with his business partner and longtime companion Fernando Rodolfo de Jesus Vargas Zamora. Smith ran the company for almost thirty years (1961–90).[1] In 1969, Smith participated in the Stonewall riots.[2]

Smith was one of the signatories of the 1973 Humanist Manifesto II[3] as well as the Humanist Manifesto III in 2003.[4]

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  • 1994-1998 - "Humanist Potpourri". Free Inquiry; "Paul Cadmus: Artist-Humanist," August 1996
  • 1970s - "Manhattan Scene," in St. Thomas' Daily News and twenty other West Indian newspapers

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Warren Allen (2005), Gossip from Across the Pond, chelCpress, p. 5, ISBN 1-58396-916-0 
  2. ^ Wilson, David (2005), Inventing Black-On-Black Violence: Discourse, Space, and Representation, Syracuse University Press, p. 122, ISBN 0-8156-3080-8 
  3. ^ "Humanist Manifesto II". American Humanist Association. Retrieved October 6, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Notable Signers". Humanism and Its Aspirations. American Humanist Association. Retrieved October 6, 2012. 

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