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Secular Coalition for America - organizing state chapters

From: Pam A S.
Sent on: Monday, August 6, 2012 11:42 AM
Are any of you involved in this: A national atheist organization has ramped up its plan to organize local chapters in all 50 states by setting up a lobbying group in Tennessee, among other locations. I didn't know Tennessee is a hotbed of atheism?
"There are 40 million Americans who don't identify with any religion, but our political influence has been limited because we have not been organized," explained Edwina Rogers, executive director of the Secular Coalition for America, in an email to on Monday. "This year, that changes."
New York, North Carolina,Washington, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, Kansas and Iowa will all also be getting local chapters from the organization, and the secular group plans to campaign for laws in each state that protect humanist and secular rights and ensure the separation of church and state.
To find out more about this effort, anyone interested can email the following: [address removed]They are looking for state organizers.

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