This was Sarah Kaiser's statement for the Secular Alliance of IU (at Indiana University Bloomington) callout meeting on September 11, 2008. The group, of which she is president, decided that it should have a semi-formal callout meeting at which the president stood up and spoke about what the group is and what they want to do, as well as talk about upcoming events and activities.
Submitted by Lyz on Thu, 09/18/2008 - 00:32
Update: Secular Values Voter video entries for the YouTube Challenge are now online. Deadline to submit your own is October 24.
The Secular Coalition for America wants to make you a rock star! Record a 30-second YouTube video of yourself asking the candidates a question that's important to you as a Secular Values Voter in the 2008 election. If your video is chosen, it'll appear on the Coalition's Election Resources 2008
site and you'll get a prize: Secular Values Voter swag. Take the YouTube Challenge
Submitted by MaryEllenSikes on Sat, 09/13/2008 - 02:38
HumanLight is a holiday celebrated around December 23rd specifically to acknowledge reason, family, friendship, and other shared, secular values of humankind. To learn more, visit the website: http://www.humanlight.org.
Submitted by Lyz on Mon, 09/08/2008 - 15:01
Activist: Inmates Can Recover Without Religion
Freethought Books Project Challenges Faith-Based Dominance in Prisons
Portland, OR - Prisoners can reform without God, atheist activist says.
The Freethought Books Project, founded by activist Leslie A. Zukor of the Reed Secular Alliance, has been promoting secular reform among prisoners since the fall of 2005. The group has collected over 2,000 books free of religious content and distributed them to prison libraries, individual inmates, and prison-donating organizations.
Submitted by Old_August on Sat, 09/06/2008 - 04:15