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This week, get the happy reports of two Darwin Day celebrations. But the governor is not too happy in Connecticut.
Learn to use reason to make optimal change with donated money -- which happens to be somebody else's. And a young Humanist makes real change with a volunteer trip to Haiti.
Find what it's like to run a nontheist alternative to church in this week's interview. Plus, Humanist wedding photos!
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
What's the smartest way to donate money? Columbus CoR has the answer!
Many heads is better than one under "effective altruism".
Plenty of weddings, like this one that Jase officiated, want a ceremony free from religion.
If you need a celebrant for your occasion, UnitedCoR can help you find one!
What's it like to run a secular alternative to church?
In this interview, read Helen Stringer's moving stories of Oasis in Kansas City, Houston, Logan (Utah), and Boston.
Chicago and Delaware celebrated Darwin Day with good cheer. Get the reports!
And learn why the Governor of Connecticut is not returning calls from Connecticut CoR.
What happens when a young nontheist volunteers in Haiti?
The Humanist chaplain of USC is inspired by someone he inspired first.
When students were asked to bring their Bible to school in California, church/state separation crumbled.
Sacramento CoR put it back dramatically with a clever strategy.