Hi <<First Name>>,
Nontheists are getting a lot of love this week.
A US senator joined ConnecticutCoR on Darwin Day to give a speech, a kids' camp teaches science and reason, and we celebrate the Reason Rally in Washington, DC.
Read my report on the first ever secular conference in the Florida panhandle. Soon I'll speak at a conference at Mark Twain's historic home.
And this week's interviewee was homeschooled in isolation, "possessed by Satan", and now works to change the nontheist movement to be more inclusive to women.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Nontheists form an important voting bloc, so why don't we get more attention?
Maybe we do! Connecticut CoR got special attention last month from a US Senator.
This week's interviewee was possessed by Satan, according to her parents. (Some people can believe anything.)
Now she's Co-President of Secular Woman, helping women and nontheism connect.
Tanya Barrett and Pat McCann
The Connecticut Assembly for Reason and Ethics features speakers including our own Jase Heap.
Join us at the Mark Twain House on community building, political action, and interfaith relations.
Christians have Bible camp. Nontheists have CampQuest!
Send your kids aged 8 to 17 to a one-week science camp this summer.
Jase Heap reports on the Florida panhandle's first ever student nontheist conference.
And some surprising images from the National Museum of American Jewish Heritage.
Politicians know nontheists exist, but suspect we don't care enough to vote on that basis.
Let's show them different at the 2016 Reason Rally in Washington DC.