Saturday 20th July, 2013
10:00am to 12:00pm
As proven by the deep rifts that exist within movement atheism, a common acknowledgement that there is no god is often not enough ground on which to build a coherent, lasting community. Social justice movements often encounter tipping points where they either take into account the natural allies that are other movements, or they fail. This panel will discuss how movement atheism should not be the end-point of a journey into social justice, but the beginning.
Skeptic, gamer, computer geek, intersectional feminist, atheist, asshole, Freethought Blogger, and damn good looking to boot. Now in the US. How weird is THAT? bio from Twitter
@HGSE doctoral candidate; @HarvardHumanist fellow; speaker, teacher, activist, and inspiration-seeker at http://ROUSEThem.com; proud, gay Humanist. bio from Twitter
Host of radio program Skeptically Speaking. Science, reason, critical thought and assorted geekery. bio from Twitter
Host of science radio show Skeptically Speaking. In her other life, she is the Senior Organizing Advisor for a public sector union.
Secular organizer/activist focusing on outreach to students, people of color, & women. Point of Inquiry date-stamper, Skepchick blogger, some other stuff. bio from Twitter
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