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This Week: Light the Night fundraising, Alumni Program, Alexander Aan Petition


Light the Night Fundraising


Has your group created a Light the Night team yet? It's easy and a great charity effort-- not to mention, all the money your team raises will be matched by the Stiefel Family. The Light the Night effort is year long, so it isn't too late to sign up and create your own team or join an existing team. If you create a team, don't forget to incorporate FBB and SSA in your team name. And let us know, too! We are proud of our 25 Light the Night teams representing secular students across the US-- can we make it 50 teams?

If your LTN team is raising money, you will get free food! LLS and Resturant.com are teaming up to provide groups free meals at various dining locations. If your group raised $250 or more betweenJuly 1st and August 31st, you will receive a free coupon code. More details here!

Alumni Membership!

Did you know the SSA now has an Alumni program? If you know of any recent graduates from your group, let them know they can stay involved with the SSA!

Alexander Aan Petition

 Alexander Aan is an Indonesian national who posted on his Facebook page that he doubted the existence of god. He was mobbed and put into jail for doing so. A WhiteHouse.gov Petition has been started, calling on the President to make a statement denouncing the actions of the Indonesian government in regards to jailing Aan. You can sign the petition here. Share it with your group members and hopefully we can reach the goal of 25,000 signatures.


Group Photo of the Week

The SSA at University of Central Florida took some time to do a 'running' photo shoot for us. They held still long enough to send us this photo!

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Richard Carrier
Richard Carrier is a professional historian, published philosopher, and prominent defender of the American freethought movement. Dr. Carrier has appeared across the country and on national television defending sound historical methods and the ethical worldview of secular naturalism.
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