Join the Maryland Chapter of Americans United and the Baltimore Coalition of Reason to hear a concert by singer/songwriter Roy Zimmerman. At last year's Easter Sunday Concert, over 40 freethinkers, atheists, and Humanists came and had a great time! Come at 7:00 for a social hour before the concert, which starts at 8:00 pm. Read more
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The Sarasota-Manatee chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church & State and The Peace Education & Action Center.
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Leaders of the political and religious right have once again initiated a battle over religious liberty by asserting that their right to freedom of conscience is under attack by "left-wing, Godless activists." The Rev. Steven C. Baines will address how and why fundamentalists are polarizing voters prior to the 2014 elections, undermining the Affordable Care Act, attacking LGBT anti-discrimination laws, and devaluing America's religious pluralism. Read more
Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, will be speaking at two events on Saturday, April 5. The first at 10:30AM at the Congregation for Humanistic Judaism in Sarasota, and the second at 3:00PM at the Congregational Church of Christ in Bradenton.
Presentation on "Religious Liberty: The True, the false and the ugly" Read more
On Tuesday, October 22, the Winston-Salem AU chapter will host Elizabeth Freeze from Planned Parenthood. Ms. Freeze will talk about current attacks on women's health care, particularly on birth control and abortion. AU has spoken out about attacks led by the Catholic Bishops and Religious Right leaders. Ms. Freeze will share information on the state of women's health care in North Carolina, and how people can get involved in fighting back. Read more
God Loves Uganda is a powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. In this 90-minute film, producer-director Ross Williams makes the argument that Christian evangelicals—including members of the United States Congress—are using Uganda as a proxy for waging the culture war against “sexual immorality” that they are losing in the United States. Read more