[Indianapolis, IN] 2nd Annual Indiana Civic Day
Note: This is a global event that appears on all event calendars.
To make sure that you are aware and informed about issues in Indiana so that you can be active in promoting your point of view, attend Indiana Civic Day on February 9, 2013. Learn how your Indiana State Legislature works and about these important issues in Indiana:
- Reproductive Rights
- LGBT Rights
- School Vouchers
- The State of Science Education
We will also be discussing current bills in the Indiana General Assembly and encouraging you to visit with your legislators during the following week.
Participation will be limited to the first 150 people who register. Don't delay. Register today to attend this important conference. (Tickets for students are available for only $10.)
We will be running on a extremely tight time schedule. Please arrive on time.
10:45-11:00 am--Pick up your name tag which is your ticket for the day and your box lunch if you ordered one.
10:55 am-Welcome-Reba Boyd Wooden, Executive Director, Center for Inquiry|Indiana
11:00 am--Edward Tabash, Chairman of Center for Inquiry Board of Directors and Chairman of the Legal Committee for Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Topic: The Nonbeliever and Equality Before the Law.
11:45--Rob Boston, Senior Policy Analyst, Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Topic: Religious Freedom: What It Is And What It Is Not.
12:30--Michael De Dora, Director of Center for Inquiry's Office of Policy in DC and the organization's representative to the United Nations. Topic: Fighting for a Secular, Scientific Government.
1:15-Panel: The State of Science Education in Indiana
2:00-2:45-Panel: 2012 Issues Revisited
3:00-Reception at Center for Inquiry-Indiana, 350 Canal Walk, Suite A. (Free but must make reservation by February 2.)
Post Conference Activities
There will be a reception at CFI|Indiana beginning at 3:00 pm. No charge but reservation required.