A Different Kind of Courage: Conscientious Objectors; Kate Lovelady, Leader

Conscientious objectors are defined by the US Selective Service System as those who are “opposed to serving in the armed forces and/or bearing arms on the grounds of moral or religious principles,” and Ethical Humanists played a part in securing the rights of COs for non-theistic people. What are some of the motivations of COs? And what broader lessons can we learn from their principles and experiences?