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This week we bring you two interviews!
Fritz Blandón in an elementary school principal in Milwaukee who works with our sister group in science education, STEM-CAN. And Lauren Ell reaches out to conservatives through the new nontheist group, Republican Atheists. She talks about challenges and you may have more in common than you think.
UnitedCoR continues to grow. Our new mobile app is already changing the conversation with local CoRs and drawing global attention. We are proud to announce nine new affiliating organizations.
And learn about nontheist events past and present, with Washington CoR bringing religious and nonreligious leaders together, and the upcoming March for Science, coming to a city near you!
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Connecticut CoR was active in this month's Secular Lobby Day, going to state representative offices.
Read about the specific bills in discussion.
Republicans can be religious, but don't have to be! Lauren Ell reaches out on behalf of secularists.
We interview the new group, Republic Atheists, to find out.
The March for Science is coming to 429 towns for Earth Day, as Melissa relates.
Join them to support science in political decision-making in a city near you.
UnitedCoR is making good on its promise to support local groups, and many national groups support us in turn.
We have nine new allies! We're eager to introduce you.
Fritz Blandón supports science education in a largely Hispanic community.
In this interview, he speaks about STEM-CAN, an affiliate of UnitedCoR that inspires and teaches students.
Susan features Amanda Poppei of the Washington DC Ethical Society for their landmark event bridging believers and non-believers.
And the new UnitedCoR mobile app is making an impact!