Atheism and Accessibility

A session at FtBConscience 2

Saturday 1st February, 2014

3:00pm to 4:00pm

What can the atheist movement do to help be more inclusive of those who struggle with chronic pain and disability? What role has disability played in encouraging people to leave religion? Where do atheist movements fail and succeed when it comes to accessibility? Why are accessibility and disability justice important? Why is it important to have secular alternatives to church-run programs?

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Irregular Panda

Go read stuff at my blog. bio from Twitter

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Mitchell Greenbaum/ResearchToBeDone

Skeptic, geeky, thinky blogger blogging about relationships, sex, chronic pain, depression, and whateverthefuckelse at researchtobedone.wordpress.com

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ajackson

Atheist, prochoice vlogger & autism mommy http://www.YouTube.com/user/AngieAntiTheist bio from Twitter

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Ania Bula

#atheistrollcall #eschaton2012 I am an atheist social justice blogger with interest in feminism, psychology, science, and literature bio from Twitter

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Malia Bender

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Time 3:00pm4:00pm CST

Date Sat 1st February 2014

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