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Congressional Freethought Caucus Hosts First Annual Thomas Paine Breakfast

Washington, D.C. – Today, the Congressional Freethought Caucus hosted its first annual Thomas Paine Breakfast. This event intends to honor the very ideals of reason, freethought, science, and ethics, that were championed by its Founding Father namesake. In a time when theocratic and anti-science rhetoric is finding receptive ears at all levels of civic society, …

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2021 Secular Week of Action

Washington, D.C. – 2021’s Secular Week of Action is just a month away! Every year, the secular movement comes together to create change in our local communities and provide a relevant alternative to the National Day of Prayer (May 6, 2021). Our coalition spends a whole week organizing service projects and volunteering as individuals  — increasing the visibility of secular people and …

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Rep. Don Beyer: Always Searching, Always Bent on Discovering

On February 6, the Secular Coalition for America hosted its annual Members’ Meeting, bringing together the leadership of our 19 member organizations. To open the meeting’s events, we were honored to be joined by the newest member of the Congressional Freethought Caucus (CFC), Representative Don Beyer, of Virginia’s 8th District. The Congressman not only discussed …

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Statement on Speckhardt’s decision to step down from the American Humanist Association

Roy Speckhardt was one of the first leaders to inspire me to get involved in the secular movement. Over time I found a philosophical home with the American Humanist Association. Inspired by their work, I wanted to contribute my efforts to advancing humanism and I eventually served several years on the Board of Directors. I …

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As a Secular Jew, Here’s What “Jews for a Secular Democracy” Means to Me by Herb Silverman

What is special about Jews wanting a secular democracy? I wish there were also organizations like “Christians for a Secular Democracy” and “Muslims for a Secular Democracy.” Or better yet, there should be no need for such organizations because all Americans should favor a secular democracy. The United States was founded as a secular democracy, …

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