United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
June 26, 2015
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

Here at the national UnitedCoR, we help local CoR in many ways. This week we added a major new benefit with our 501(c)3 status.

We report on atheist rock music in San Diego, the continued strive to get nontheist chaplains into the military, and to get the Boy Scouts to stop proselytizing in public schools.

And discover how critical thinking is a skill that can be taught and mastered.

Read all about it in today's newsletter!

Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

From Humanistic Rabbi to Humanistic Chaplain

Susan Corbett
It's always exciting to hear about non-theistic chaplains, but have you ever interviewed one? That's what Susan Corbett did.

Join her as she interviews Rabbi Binyamin Biber and learns more about being a Jewish humanist chaplain!

Columbus CoR's Exciting Summer Activities

Do you live in or near the Columbus, Ohio area?

Columbus CoR has some exciting events coming up this summer!

Monster on Sunday, a Band Where Non-Theists Have the Best Tunes!

San Diego CoR's upcoming Godless Gala features a hard rock group that's inspired by science and critical thinking!

Foundation for Critical Thinking Webinar

Critical thinking is more than you think. Become an expert through a seminar on how critical thinking can be used to improve all facets of life.

DC was the Place to be for Military Non-Theists

The Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers held a fundraiser two weeks ago.

Will they succeed in putting non-theist chaplains into the military?

United CoR Gets Tax Exempt Status

The national United CoR has achieved 501c3 status, which allows local CoRs to accept tax exempt donations under our umbrella.

How Indonesia Plans to Fix its Sexual Violence Problem

Islamic beliefs underlie Indonesia's problem of sexual violence against women.

Now it's underlying their strange "solution".

Michigan's New Religious Freedom Law

Masquerading as religious freedom, yet another law that legalizes discrimination against gay people has been passed, this time in Michigan.

What does this new religious freedom allow?

Protesting the Boy Scouts Recruiting for Religion in Public Schools

It's old news that proselytizing at public schools is illegal. But what happens when that proselytizing is done in the form of recruiting for the Boy Scouts, who discriminate against atheists?

Margaret Downey of the Freethought Society has stepped in to do something about this.

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