Hi <<First Name>>,
After Orlando, local CoRs respond. In Washington DC, a Humanist (and bisexual) Rabbi speaks. Iowa nontheists marched in solidarity with the pride parade.
The local CoR in Orlando organized a blood drive and fundraiser, and Jase writes about religious acceptance, and reports on an "Islamic" conference all about it.
A local CoR leader from California is going to Africa to fight witch-hunting -- literally. And a nonreligious substance abuse program shows its strength in Canada.
Together we are making the world a better place and showing who nontheists truly are.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
Did you know that Alcoholics Anonymous participants must pledge to submit to God?
See the nontheist solution in British Columbia.
Rabbi Binyamin Biber
Find words of encouragement after Orlando from a Humanist (and bisexual!) Rabbi.
Our diversity is the natural fruitfulness of the tree of life, he says.
A California atheist leader is going to Ghana as part of the Humanist Service Corps.
It's run by our friends at the Foundation Beyond Belief.
See the video of Iowa atheists in the gay pride parade the day after Orlando.
We're standing up for reason.
David and Jocelyn Williams
The Orlando Coalition of Reason coordinated a blood ride and fundraiser after the tragedy.
And they provided care to people attending funeral services.
After Orlando, Jase gives his thoughts on religious acceptance of LGBTQ people.
And covers the Islamic-or-not conference where acceptance is foundational.