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United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
April 19, 2016
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

This week, we announce new nontheist groups, and meet the President of the Institute for Science and Human Values! She talks about "religious freedom".

We interview the Humanist Chaplain at Yale, who wants to create a humanist monument, and Dr. Fred Whitehead, who's written on the history of freethought.

Iowa gets two big wins. Thanks, Mayor Hart! And meet Rabbi Biber of American University, who's been the Humanist Chaplain at American University now for 5 years.

-Jase
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Get Paid to Attend the World's Largest Nontheist Rally

What's better than attending the largest ever gathering of nontheists in the world?

Getting paid to help! UnitedCoR needs you to gather email signups at the event.

Iowa Nontheists Get Mayor to Include Secular Prayer

This week we bring you two Iowa news stories. In one, the local CoR takes on prayer in town meetings.

After an initial failure, they succeeded with a clever idea.

New Groups Form as Nontheism Expands

Nontheism is popular! We announce new groups.

And if you'd like to start your own, contact us. We can help!

New Paper on the History of Freethought

Jase Heap
Did you know that some of the American Founders were freethought leaders?

We speak with an author, and here's his paper!

RFRA: Religious Freedom or License to Discriminate?

The President of the Institute for Science and Human Values is touring!

Hear how secularism and feminism speak to "religious freedom".

Interview: Humanist Chaplain Chris Stedman

Susan Corbett
In this week's interview, meet Yale's Humanist Chaplain, who is also an author.

And he's crowdfunding a humanist monument!






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