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United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
May 31, 2016
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

Are you excited about the Reason Rally? It will be the largest gathering of nontheists in history.

This week, we bring you five interviews with secular leaders who are excited too.

Meet Margaret Downey of the Freethought Society, on the board of the Reason Rally and who objects to the Boy Scouts.

Meet David Smalley of Dogma Debate, who famously opposed a Christian Grandma. And Dr. Richard Logan of the Society for Humanistic Judaism, who explains Jewish culture in secularism.

And meet Benjamin Radford of Skeptical Enquirer, who wrote a book about evil clowns, and Todd Stiefel, whose foundation is the Reason Rally's largest sponsor.

It's the interview issue. It was a lot of work and we know you will enjoy it. Welcome!

-Jase
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

We'll See You at the Reason Rally!

The Reason Rally in Washington DC this weekend will be the largest nontheist gathering in history.

Join UnitedCoR there and learn how you can help even if you can't make it!

Interview: Margaret Downey, A Leading Lady for Secularism

Shelagh Talbot
Margaret Downey is on the board of the Reason Rally and excited to go!

Her wide range of projects include tackling the Boy Scouts. Can you guess why?

Interview: Society for Humanistic Judaism's Next President

Shelagh Talbot
Dr. Richard Logan of the Society for Humanistic Judaism will be at the Reason Rally too.

In this interview, he explains Jewish culture in a secular context.

Interview: Todd Stiefel of the Stiefel Freethought Foundation

Shelagh Talbot
Todd Stiefel's foundation is the largest sponsor of the Reason Rally!

He'll explain his conversion from Catholicism, and why religious dogma is more than an annoyance.

Interview: David Smalley of the Dogma Debate Podcast

Shelagh Talbot
David Smalley started a blog in 2008 that is the Dogma Debate Podcast, one of the most influential in the secular movement.

Read about his Christian Grandma episode. She told him he'd go to hell!

Interview: Benjamin Radford of the Skeptical Inquirer

Shelagh Talbot
It started win an essay contest, and now Benjamin Radford is deputy editor of Skeptical Inquirer!

And he's the author of a new book about the evil or scary clown figure in pop culture.






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