Day: March 29, 2022

How about don’t say ‘God,’ Gov. DeSantis? czimmerman@ffrf.org (Casandra Zimmerman) News Releases – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Releases – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation   The Freedom From Religion Foundation’s advice to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — the religious archconservative who signed the egregious “Don’t Say Gay” bill yesterday — is that he should stop saying “God” and inserting religion into government. Ironically, in signing …

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Tenn. hospital removes religious Facebook posts after FFRF consult lauryn@ffrf.org (Lauryn Seering) News Releases – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Releases – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation A city-owned hospital in Tennessee has taken down religious social media posts after the Freedom From Religion Foundation strenuously objected.  A local citizen contacted the state/church watchdog due to concern about the endorsement of Christianity on the Cookeville Regional Medical Center …

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CHURCH & STATE | Book Banners and the Growing War on the Freedom to Think,Peter Bjork,TheHumanist.com

Books are in trouble in the United States. Books are being removed from public school curricula. Books are being banned. Books are being burned. The recent wave of censorship in America is accompanied by a rise in a virulent form of Christian nationalism. This is no coincidence. Public schools, public libraries and indeed the right …

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An Artist’s Journey: Between Known and Unknown Worlds,Peter Bjork,TheHumanist.com

Brian Dickerson’s artwork is about the great mysteries. Throughout his life and professional career, he has always been drawn to the edges, the intersections, and the boundaries of things. He is organically attracted to the shadows, reflections, and other ambiguities that animate the spaces between one dimension and the next, one reality and another, between …

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American Atheists Wins Settlement for Harassed Nonreligious Student American Atheists American Atheists

Read More American Atheists Houston, TX—Today, the civil rights organization American Atheists announced a successful settlement on behalf of a nonreligious student who was harassed, disciplined, and retaliated against for sitting out the Pledge of Allegiance. The defendant, the student’s 12th grade sociology teacher, agreed to settle the case. As a result of that agreement, …

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