May 6, 2010 · 12:00 PM
Minnesota State Capitol
Minnesota Atheists strongly value the separation of church and state. To remind our government of whom they represent, we make our collective voices heard in the State Capitol while some of our fellow citizens observe the National Day of Prayer outside. Every voice counts. If you can take a long lunch break, or have the free time, we would appreciate making your presence known with us. You'll be hearing from the leadership of Minnesota Atheists, as well as from our members. Prepare to be moved by famous speeches you may have heard before, and listen for original orations on separation and the rights of atheists.
This is our fifth annual Day of Reason, and each year our turnout has increased (last year's was over fifty atheists). With your help, we hope to continue that tradition. Our elected representatives take notice, as well as school groups and others visiting the state Capitol, and our presentation ensures that when any media outlet covers the Day of Prayer, our Day of Reason will get equal time.
Come be a part of history and make your voice heard.
For more information, feel free to contact George Kane, [masked], or Steve Petersen at [masked] or [masked], or call[masked]