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What's it like to travel the United States visiting local CoRs? This week I report on all the good being done in Michigan, Ohio, Nevada, and beyond.
Read about students trying to summon spirits -- evil ones? And a CoR in California promotes rational thought with the world's experts on critical thinking.
Also, an update on the death with dignity campaign in Rhode Island, and Tampa Bay CoR is our CoR of the Quarter! And we feature the world leading organization that teaches critical thinking.
Find this and more in this week's newsletter.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
This week we feature the Foundation for Critical Thinking.
They teach the most used method for teaching rational thought from kindergarten through graduate school.
Rhode Island CoR continues to fight for dignity. And find out why Tampa Bay CoR is CoR of the Quarter!
CoRs across the nation have been very busy: Detroit CoR partners with Sunday Assembly of Detroit! Gulf Coast CoR fights for its rights to keep its billboards! Jase Heap speaks at San Diego CoR!
Everybody remembers having played with Ouija Boards growing up, but what about Charlie, Charlie? And why has one school decided to ban it?
Inland Empire CoR has its first special type of booth.
At the Ask An Atheist booth, visitors have a chance to get to know us for who we are, breaking stereotypes.
Despite separation of church and state, public facilities continue to have institutionalized prayer.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a common practice in many Islamic and African countries. But one country has finally decided to ban it.
With the anti-vaccination movement on the rise, one state has stepped in and put an end to allowing philosophical exemptions for vaccination.
It's all but cliche to think of the American south as a place where magic is taught in science class. But in Louisiana, this is a genuine problem, as creationism is part of the science curriculum in many public schools.