Hi <<First Name>>,
Happy winter solstice! Here's a gift for you: the UnitedCoR 2016 Wall Calendar!
You'll find a PDF and Word doc on our resources page. Print it, hang it on your wall, and find new local CoR photos every month.
In today's newsletter, an Eastern Iowa CoR member gets a spot at the center of their community. And nontheists get a turn giving the "prayer" at a town meeting.
Signs are vandalized in Chicago, ejected in Texas, and shot at, too. But we celebrate the defeat of Intelligent Design a decade ago.
And we interview two stellar CoRs, with inspiring events in New York and political action in Connecticut.
Please check out our fundraising campaign to support local CoRs. Or send us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to know what you think.
Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason
It's been 10 years since a Pennsylvania US District Court struck down intelligent design.
So local nontheist groups held a party to celebrate.
Towns that allow public mangers must allow Hannukah candles and nontheist displays too.
And ours have been removed, vandalized, and even shot! But we've held happy winter celebrations, too, Jase reports.
A brand new CoR in Central New York has made big deposits to food and blood banks.
Their calendar may inspire your own local CoR's events!
Nontheism isn't a faith but we'd like a seat at the table when religions try to dictate community morality.
Here's a success story from Iowa.
Pat McCann of Connecticut CoR has a legislative agenda!
Read how they stopped prayer on government property.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. If the city won't stop prayer invocations at town meetings...
This Michigan atheist has won a turn for the secular view!