by Caleb Lack
Dr. Lack will be introducing us to why we need critical thinking skills, what they are, and when we should use them.
by JT Eberhard
JT will talk about his own battles with mental illness. He will also discuss many of the myths about mental illness that cause grievous harm to countless individuals and what skeptics can do to help.
by Emily Boyer
This is NOT your gym teacher’s sex ed! I’m going to dispel common myths about sex, sexuality, birth control, and sexually transmitted infections.
by DJ Grothe
D.J. Grothe presents his psychic taxonomy, explains the unscrupulous methods that psychic charlatans use to take advantage of the vulnerable, and ways skeptics can organize to respond in the interest of the beguiled.
by Lux Pickel
One's age, like many other things, can be a tool for oppression and marginalization.
We live in a religiously infected culture that tries to impose religious sexual ideas on us. Even atheists may be unaware of how much they buy into Christian notions of sex and sexuality.
Come on! Follow me down the yellow brick road as we discover four unlikely friends who teach us valuable lessons in building community.
by Ben Holman
Faith, the resurrection, and what it would take to convince us.
The Human Bible is a podcast that deconstructs and demystifies the Bible. It takes a secular, sober, and impartial look at the Bible—no belief in the supernatural, no favoritism, no animosity. No questions are off limits, and no dogma stifles our inquiry.
by Abram Howell, Jamar Martin and Father James Weldon
by Blair Scott
by Sharon Moss
Have big dreams for your local group? Communities can't survive on enthusiasm alone! Learn why fundraising is important, how to tap different income streams, what methods work for groups from newest meetup to the established community.
16th–17th March 2013