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Do Atheists Dance? (Matt Harding YouTube Phenom)

The Humanism of Dancing Badly on YouTube

Matt Harding tells the story of how his goofy travel videos became an accidental internet sensation in the early days of YouTube, then gradually evolved into a tool for breaking cultural barriers and finding the simple ways in which we’re all the same. His videos have been viewed over 90 million times and are shown to students in classrooms around the world.

All ages are welcome.

You MUST register for this FREE event with the American Humanist Association. Here are the steps to take:

  • Go to the website here: http://ahacon13.eventbrite.com/#
  • Click the orange "Enter Promotional Code" link.
  • Enter FREECON in the field that appears and click Apply.
  • The list of items should then include the free "Free to the Public: Matt Harding & Sean Carroll" option.
  • Choose that one (and any others) and then complete the registration.

This is just one of the many events at the annual conference of the American Humanist Association (May 30 through June 2). Come check it out for free... and get moving with Matt!

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  • Jaime L.

    Definitely worth attending... given that I have been watching his videos for years.

    June 4, 2013

  • Debbie

    Had no idea dancing Matt was such a good humanist and talented speaker! The dancing was much, MUCH too short. I was hoping for more dancing. That said... Matt's presentation was more than expected, and quite inspirational. I'm all for playing music at our outreach booth... or organizing a funny dance every hour on the hour. Humanism is about having fun, appreciating the arts... not just philosophical or religious debating.

    June 4, 2013

  • Jaime L.

    Shoot. I RSVPd yes but didn't realize that I had to register separately...

    May 31, 2013

  • Maria

    Registration is closed but I am still going to try to get in the day of.

    May 25, 2013

  • Maria

    Sounds like fun!

    May 25, 2013

  • Barb G.

    Dear sirs.
    Today I protested Monsanto in San Diego's Balboa Park. There is a guy there. He is a one man digereedoo man and I expended valuable energy dancing to his music. It was primal and thanks dog 4/4 rock n roll time or sort of. Dancing > Corporate
    We > Them

    I will rest a while cuz I am old. And later tonight, I shall rise again to party.

    May 25, 2013

  • Barb G.

    We used to do Tunak Tunak Tun outside the Scientology orgs. Most unexepected for all but us. Dancing is a blast.

    You can google Tunak to see the dance. It's performed in groups.

    May 24, 2013

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