United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
September 7, 2017
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

The tension in Charlottesville, Virginia, brings freedom of speech to mind for Melissa Pugh and Carol Tavris this week.

Also, our writer-in-residence, James Haught, continues his essay on Religious Horrors in part two of a three-part series on religious violence.

And we celebrate Connecticut CoR in the news, upcoming conferences, and more!

Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

The Anchor and the STAR: Chief Petty Officer Doug Wright Visits Lackland AFB

Chief Petty Officer Doug Wright recently flew out to speak at Lackland Air Force Base.

We interview him about acceptance and validation in the military.

Religious Horrors (Part 2 of 3)

James Haught
Religious zeal can cause believers to do unspeakable things.

Our writer-in-residence gives the shocking history.

The Multi-Headed Hydra of Prejudice

Carol Tavris
Our friends at Skeptic Magazine write about prejudice and political correctness.

How has this social debate become politically charged?

Free Speech: Is There a Line?

Melissa Pugh
Free speech is also on the mind of Melissa Pugh, who spoke at the Muslimish Conference.

Shutting down open dialogue is a tool of both the left and right.

New Leadership in Connecticut

Pat McCann of Connecticut CoR has a new role!

And Connecticut CoR got in the press for the decline of religion.

Upcoming Secular Events

The Freedom from Religion Foundation will host their 40th national convention,

And see what else is coming up nationally!

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