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AU Orange County, CA Chapter: How Atheist Communities are Reframing Separation of Church and State

AU-OC Presents: Evan Clark, Executive Director of Atheists United speaking on "How Atheist Communities are Reframing Separation of Church and State." As religious identification continues to shrink secular identities are at record highs. The future of American democracy could depend on how well secular communities can organize in response to growing Christian Nationalism. Evan will explore the changing trends in atheist and humanist community building and how that intersects with church/state advocacy.

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AU Nashville Chapter: Defending Religious Equality in Tennessee

The AU Nashville Chapter and AU Youth Organizing Fellows PY Liu, Indu Kumar, and Nicole Li are hosting a special virtual event featuring AU's Associate VP & Associate Legal Director, Alex Luchenitser. He will be discussing AU's case challenging a TN law that promotes discrimination in foster care. Gabe and Liz Rutan-Ram, the plaintiffs in this case, will be there to share their story and answer questions. Jay Slobey, President of the Nashville AU Chapter, will also speak on the activities of the chapter.

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SCOTUS Virtual Town Hall: Carson v. Makin

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear one of the most consequential cases of this term on Dec. 8 - Carson v. Makin. The court could force the state of Maine to use public money to fund religious education. This is a truly landmark case for protecting religious freedom, public education and the separation of church & state. The following video is a recording of a discussion of the case, analysis of how the argument went, and a discussion on next steps.

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Congress needs to hear from you!

Urge your legislators to co-sponsor the Do No Harm Act today.

The Do No Harm Act will help ensure that our laws are a shield to protect religious freedom and not used as a sword to harm others by undermining civil rights laws and denying access to health care.

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