Hi <<First Name>>,
As nontheists, we want to be seen, so we can change stereotypes about who we are.
But we also want to avoid bragging and proselytizing. Where's the balance?
This week we bring you community engagement stories from Delaware CoR and Eastern Iowa CoR. And a special article from Margaret Downey on nontheism in the winter holiday season.
We'll also tell you how to respond to those pesky bibles in Hotel rooms, and we get a report from Connecticut CoR on attending a religious conference.
What are your own thoughts? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Delaware CoR has now run a booth at Newark's Community Day for four years.
That's enough time to gauge whether community attitudes towards nontheists are changing.
Like it or not, Christmas is coming like a steamroller. Some stores can't even wait until Halloween.
If stores can turn Xmas commercial, maybe we can turn it nontheist.
Floods came to Eastern Iowa, and the local CoR was there to help.
If we advertise our nontheism, is that smart and helpful, or braggy and crass?
Events to promote religious diversity sometimes forget that other category: nontheists.
Here's what Connecticut CoR found hosting a booth at a prestigious panel talk on religion in America.
Guests who put Bibles in hotel rooms might annoy us, but claim it's just freedom of speech.
Well, nontheists have freedom of speech too. UnitedCoR has a resource for you!
Do you like a mental challenge? Does cheese have anything to do with nontheism?
Let us know and win tickets for the Mythinformation Conference in Milwaukee.