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New Meetup: Humanist Center: The Humanity of Atheism

From: Scott L.
Sent on: Sunday, March 14, 2010 2:54 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Humanists of Minnesota!

What: Humanist Center: The Humanity of Atheism

When: Sunday, March 21,[masked]:30 PM

First Unitarian Society
900 Mount Curve Ave Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN 55417

?The Humanity of Atheism?

A Discussion with August Berkshire,

President of Minnesota Atheists

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

6:30?8:30 p.m.

Which is better: friendly atheism that seeks conversation and respect or ridiculing atheism that seeks to jar people out of their

complacency and into activism? Shouldn?t we treat religious people the way we wish to be treated? What can be done to incorporate more humanism into the atheist m o v e m e n t ?

August Berkshire is president of Minnesota Atheists and past vice president of Atheist Alliance International. During his 25 years as an atheist activist he has served on the boards of directors of several local and national atheist and humanist organizations.

First Unitarian Society

900 Mt. Curve Avenue


The Humanist Center is planning 2010 - 2011 programs

There are many possibilities for HC programs for next year?here are a few we?re considering:

? Founding Fathers: Are We a Christian Nation?

? Jonathan Miller?s History of Disbelief

? Gen Y Attitudes Towards Humanism

? Eboo Patel and the Interfaith Movement

Tell us what you think and give us more ideas!

And... Join us on May 23rd for a stimulating panel discussion on Humanist Parenting.

The Humanist Center is supported by three groups; the Humanist Institute, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, and the Humanists of Minnesota. Our goal is to extend our common humanist values of democracy, freedom, reason, compassion, and justice.

Please join us for a great evening of stimulating thought and discussion!

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