Hi <<First Name>>,
Local CoRs win big in this week's newsletter. We interview the leader of Rhode Island CoR, which made a splash objecting to school prayer.
Meet the UnitedCoR leader who's made national press for questions to presidential candidates, with photos of nine candidates with atheists! ColumbusCoR got a national mention, too.
And read about my speech in Iowa and interfaith event in Chicago where I met a professor of Islam who had never met a Humanist before.
Plus, will you attend a Darwin Day event? Find where some are.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Jase joined a public interfaith discussion with a professor of Islam who had never met a Humanist.
He acknowledged something surprising about the Quran!
Jase Heap visited a local CoR in Iowa, an important state in the presidential primaries.
He spoke about religious counselors in the military and they played nontheist trivia.
This week we interview the coordinator of Rhode Island CoR.
They've taken heat for humanitarian work, vaccine education, and State House displays, but...
Local CoRs report in! Find community service in Florida and Darwin Day events coming to New York, Tampa, and Delaware.
Iowa CoR attended Bernie and Hillary events.
Iowa CoR's Justin Scott is on a mission to ask nontheist questions to US presidential candidates.
Often they seem shocked just that he exists. But he got one-on-one photos with seven candidates...
It's a big win when a local CoR gets a nod from national media.
This month a professor lists Columbus CoR as a nonreligious place to find meaning in life.