Connecticut groups unite for first secular conference

Oct 20, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

The sense that an organized secular movement is growing permeated the packed Alumni Lounge at the University of New Haven in West Haven Saturday during the first-ever coalition meeting of regional non-religious groups.

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EdSed

Wishaw, UK

#1 Oct 22, 2013
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Jessica Ahlquist, who sparked national controversy in 2012 over her successful efforts to take down a prayer plaque in her Cranston, R.I. high school, suggested that although atheists should not back down from their rights, it was equally important put on a friendly, respectable face before the public.

“My goal,” she explained,“is to make it much harder, if not impossible, to hate us.”
Unuote.

I think Ms Ahlquist has a better approach than Mr Silverman, though he might be right about the effectiveness of his organisations efforts.

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