June 8, 2022

Secular PRIDE History: Jane Addams Heather Rigby Secular Coalition for America

Read More Secular Coalition for America Throughout the month of June, we will be sharing information about historic American figures who were involved in both secular and LGBTQIA+ spheres.    Jane Addams (1860-1935) was a pacifist and feminist activist, an international humanitarian, and a Nobel laureate. The social settlement she co-founded and ran, Hull-House, was …

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N.C. lt. gov. must retract intolerant remarks, FFRF insists lauryn@ffrf.org (Lauryn Seering) News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation

Read More News Release Archives – Freedom From Religion Foundation – Freedom From Religion Foundation The North Carolina lieutenant governor must rescind his recent misogynistic and Christian nationalist remarks and offer apologies, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding. Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson reportedly told a Charlotte-area congregation in late May that Christians are “called …

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Elizabethan Skepticism: How “A Discoverie of Witchcraft” pushed back against a moral panic,Mark Horne,The Skeptic

Som saie [witches] can transubstantiate themselves and others, and take the forms and shapes of asses, woolves, ferrets, cowes, apes, horsses, dogs, &c. Some say they can keepe divels and spirits in the likenesse of todes and cats…  They can go invisible, and deprive men of their privities, and otherwise of the act and use …

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