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Recommended Media Page

September 10, 2011

I frequently get asked what podcasts, books, and other media I would suggest to people who are new to atheism or skepticism, or to people who just want something new to investigate. I have a few favorite books and standby podcasts, but I asked some of my fellow freethinkers for their suggestions, too.

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All of the suggestions have been compiled into a recommended media page that is included in our resources site. The subjects aren’t exclusive to atheism, skepticism, or other areas of freethought; some of the works were thought of by contributors as things that helped them on their journey to becoming what they are today as thinkers and inquirers. I fully expect the list to continue growing, so definitely leave a comment or send an email to us if you have more suggestions! Enjoy!

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About the Author: Dren Asselmeier

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Dren Asselmeier does student outreach as a campus organizer at the Center for Inquiry. She got her start as an organizer while interning at Center for Inquiry–Michigan in 2008. She stayed until 2010 as a volunteer campus coordinator, and was CFI–Michigan Freethinker of the Year in 2009, as well as president of Center for Inquiry–Grand Valley State University. Dren has a B.A. in English from Grand Valley State University. She is the president of Buffalo Area Non-Profit Professionals, an event volunteer at Buffalo Subversive Theatre, and a contributor to the Buffalo Storyteller Hour. 

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