Hi <<First Name>>,
We love critical thinking. So what does that tell us about the nontheist movement? What's working?
This week we interview the fastest growing secular community, Sunday Assembly. And we celebrate Freethought Day coming up in America's most populated state.
We look back to the pre-eminent 19th century nontheist feminist, and hear thoughts coming out of the Death and Dying with Dignity Symposium.
And sometimes we don't need to over-intellectualize. Maybe all we need is hugs.
What are your favorite techniques for the nontheist movement? We'd love to hear you on Twitter and Facebook.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
The nontheist movement is active all the time, but during US presidential elections, the average person is really listening.
Here are Susan's tips for getting involved in politics and making your nontheist views heard.
What does critical thinking have to say about euthanasia?
Stan Greenberg from Connecticut, Dr. Tony Houston from Rhode Island, and our own Jase give their views.
What happens when nontheists simply stand and offer hugs (not debate or judgment) in front of a national monument?
Acceptance or rejection? San Antonio CoR found out.
Matilda Joslyn Gage was as important as Susan B. Anthony in the women's suffrage movement.
But as an atheist, she was marginalized.
This week we interview the world's fastest growing secular community.
It's church without the church for people who like church...
Sometimes it's better to just say freethought. California can get behind that!
Come celebrate Freethought Day in America's most populous state.