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2014 Annual Conference Student Speakers Reminder
The deadline to submit a proposal to speak at our 2014 conference is in less than a month! If you are a student, you can apply to speak at our conference by just filling out our simple form. If you feel like you have important things to say to your peers about leadership and secularism, sign up! Also check out our prep page for tips on public speaking and preparedness.
Remember that the form is only for current students, recent alumni, and group advisors. Again, the sooner you fill it out, the better your chance to speak at our conference.
SCA 2014 Lobby Day
The Secular Coalition for America is hosting another Lobby Day and Policy Conference in D.C. in order to help get secularists a chance to talk to their representatives in Congress. The event is from June 12th-June 14th.
SCA's annual Lobby Day and Policy Conference will include lobbying training, scheduled lobbying visits with the offices of legislators on Capitol Hill, and a Policy Conference, featuring top thought-leaders and decision makers on the issues most important to secular minded Americans.
Students registration is $50, half off the regular price of registration. You can find more details on the SCA website.
Setting Up a Group Bank Account
Want access to SSA funding? Then you'll need to get a group bank account! Seriously, it takes just a few simple steps and is an amazingly useful tool for most all groups to have. If you don't have a group bank account, your group can't receive a single cent from the SSA in the form of project grants, speakers bureau funding et al.
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Candace’s religious background is varied, included Jehovah's Witnesses and Methodist. Her time in nondenominational/charismatic churches led to her involvement in casting out demons, fasting, and tongue-talking. Struggling with severe mental illness and financial hardships caused Candace to study the bible even closer for answers but it only led to more questions and doubt. Today an atheist, Candace started the Ebony Exodus project
out of her own pain and anguish as a highly religious black female who was not getting adequate support for her severe struggle with mental illness.Learn More