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Tell your Representative to Support the Freedom of Religion Act

On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order that banned foreign nationals from seven predominantly Muslim countries from visiting the country for 90 days. This policy, known as the “Muslim Ban”, would be revised three times by the Trump Administration in response to a myriad of legal challenges. In June of 2018, the …

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Time to Strike the Religious Test from the Texas State Constitution

Twenty-one percent of Texans are religiously unaffliated, yet Article 1, Section 4 of our constitution requires office holders in Texas to acknowledge the existence of a Supreme Being. While this religious test is legally unenforceable, it leaves a stain on Texas’ reputation as a state that values freedom of conscience. It also encourages a de …

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Tell your lawmakers to protect reproductive rights

The right to make decisions about your health care and your body according to your own conscience is a fundamental American freedom. When it comes to your health care, the only personal beliefs that matter are yours — not the religious ideology of lawmakers, religious leaders, or health care providers. Unfortunately, fundamentalist religious beliefs are …

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Recognize and thank the Members of Congress making history

History was made when four Members of Congress announced that they had formed the first-ever Congressional Freethought Caucus. The founding members of the caucus are Representatives Jamie Raskin (D-MD), Jerry McNerney (D-CA), Dan Kildee (D-MI) and Jared Huffman (D-CA), who first announced the caucus at our Secular Awards Dinner last week. The mission of the …

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Tell Congress to Support the Equality Act

Congress has reintroduced the Equality Act, which would extend civil rights protections to LGBT Americans by prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. This would include much-needed protections in the employment, housing, credit, education, federally-funded programs, and jury service. There is currently no federal law that protects members of the LGBT community from …

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Tell Congress to Condemn Blasphemy and Apostasy Laws

A new study by the by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom finds that one-third of all countries have blasphemy laws on the books. The most common punishment for offenders is imprisonment but other punishments include lashings, forced labor, and even the death penalty. Religious minorities, atheists, freethinkers, and dissidents too often fall victim …

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Educate your legislators about the original national motto and Pledge

It is crucial for us to understand the history of our democracy, including our nation’s darkest moments — moments when we compromised our most fundamental ideals, and violated the rights guaranteed by our Constitution. It is in these moments that courageous Americans stood up for our values, and it is these moments that we must …

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