Hi <<First Name>>,
Last year was a tough one, but this week we renew!
We present the UnitedCoR 2017 Calendar, with all the secular "holidays" and heroes you suggested.
Humanist Chaplain Bart Campolo takes a look back, and nontheists in Connecticut celebrate a hero who didn't even know there was a nontheist movement.
And we take a last look at nontheist holiday displays going up wherever religious displays are permitted.
Happy New Year! What are your hopes for 2017? Tell us on Facebook and Twitter.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
In a special year-end edition of Humanize Me, Bart Campolo talks about progress in Los Angeles.
How has his community work changed now that he's moved from the ghetto to USC?
The only annual skeptics conference in Los Angeles returns in two weeks.
With a comedy show, geological trip, and anti-Superstition party.
What are the major conferences in the nontheist movement?
Our free calendar has them! And birthdays and celebrations for our movement's champions.
Dennis Paul Himes
Without even knowing about the local nontheist community, Jerry Bloom took action.
He sued to put a secular display next to religious ones in December.
You can learn a lot from the nontheist display in Nebraska's state capitol!
Find a tree of knowledge, HumanLight, the Ask an Atheist booth. and more.
A monthly event near Riverside, California brings all types of people together.
They build warmth and come to understand each other, even as they debate.