Earlier this summer, I attended the 2011 Center for Inquiry Leadership Conference in Amherst, NY. During this conference, the question arose of whether Atheists should participate in Interfaith events. Many people said yes, because we should put our differences aside and work towards a greater goal. Few said no, because, as CFI intern Cody Hashman said, “we need to preserve our own resources and focus on building our own architecture.” Is this a yes or no question, though? I think not.
Chris Burke from the Atheists, Agnostics, and Freethinkers of Waterloo shares his feelings about school activities that use religion to justify discrimination against young women.
This year's recipient of the Best New Group award went to the Secular Students and Skeptics Society at the University of Colorado at Boulder!
Dave Muscato, Vice President of the University of Missouri Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists, & Agnostics (MU SASHA), examines the implications of the results of a recent Gallup poll.
The Outreach Director from the Secular Alliance of UI, Jessika Griffin, warns of false skepticism.