AMERICA’S LEADING SECULAR STUDENT ACTIVISTS TEACH THEIR TACTICS AT OSU
LEADERS, COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS, AND STUDENT RIGHTS ADVOCATES URGE OPENNESS AND ACTION TO MAKE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES MORE ACCOMMODATING TO YOUNG ATHEISTS
Columbus, OH – The Secular Student Alliance hosts the Eastern half of its Annual Conference, and brings some of the best experts in legal, political, and cultural activism to train up the next generation.
Young Americans are the most secular demographic in the population, with about a third of those younger than 30 claiming no religious affiliation, and they’re showing up to demand that religious intrusion into science classrooms, doctor’s offices, and government spaces be pushed back.
Young leaders are using social media and their voices to rally, organize, and show the country and the world that the days of giving a pass to policies and ideas that promote a specific worldview will not continue much longer!
In fact, secular Americans are demanding a place in American society, and the youngest voting Americans—and those who are soon to be of voting age—are making some of the greatest progress.
The Hays Cape Room, 3rd Floor Ohio Union The Ohio Union is located at 1739 N. High Street, at the corner of 12th Avenue and High Street. Driving directions to both the High Street and College Road entrances, from the surrounding Central Ohio areas.
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Contact: Jamila Bey 614-441-9588 ext. 101 [email protected]