Dinner with Ayanna Watson (Founder, Black Atheists of America)
February 8, 2014 · 8:30 PM
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Ayanna Watson, the founder of Black Atheists of America (BAAm), will be in Baltimore for a speaking engagement at the BES on February 9. We have the opportunity to meet and have dinner with her the night before. RSVP by Feb 7 at 5pm so that we can make reservations for a larger group if necessary.
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