I've been in a number of secular/humanist/atheist conversations lately about having a secular-identified activist network that engages in social and economic justice activism.
This is distinct from - but in no way opposed to - activism around church/state or atheist issues, and social services that help meet immediate needs.
Every religious denomination has programs and vehicles for engaging in social change and social justice - always presented as coming from their theology. The absence of a secular-identified justice activist group reinforces the notion that there is no good without god.
Anyone want to change that?