United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
September 21, 2016
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

This week, our own Melissa Pugh reports on joining The Eric Andre Show, the comedy TV series on Adult Swim. Eric is an atheist and the audience cheered loudly for her.

Secularism has its a new nationwide program for science, technology, engineering, and math education, STEM-CAN, which is tied to schools and communities. And learn about the Foundation Beyond Belief, which channels donor money to the best projects, especially for disaster relief.

Meet a secular pioneer in South Dakota and learn about Connecticut outreach and Ohio awards for charity work.

Three interviews, a celebrity story, and more. It makes for a great issue this week!

Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Interview: Dale Hemming of Sioux Falls, SD

South Dakota is the 12th most religious state in the USA.

This week, we interview the man who's founded five groups there for nontheism!

Connecticut CoR Shows Its Pride

Dan Blinn
We support the LGBTQ community! Connecticut CoR brought a booth to a pride festival.

Visitors included the Connecticut Lieutenant Governor and a former mayor of Hartford.

Interview: Dr. Stephen F. Uhl of STEM-CAN

Although politicians don't often support nontheism, they love Science, Engineering, Math, and Technology (STEM).

Dr. Stephen Uhl is now bringing STEM to schools nationwide in an inventive new way that ties in communities.

Interview: Noelle George of Foundation Beyond Belief

Don't know where to donate? The Foundation Beyond Belief picks the best nontheist causes. We're their partner!

We interview Noelle George about their disaster relief programs in Ghana and at home.

UnitedCoR Staffer on TV's Adult Swim

Melissa Pugh
Television celebrity Eric Andre invited UnitedCoR's Melissa Pugh to his parody of 1980s talk shows.

Do Millennials like to support atheist leaders? Yes, they do! Melissa tells all.

Ohio Nontheists Charitable Work Award

The Humanist Community of Central Ohio won both an award and a $5,000 grant for their charitable work.

Read about Ronald McDonald and Flying Spaghetti charities.

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