New Meetup: Ellery Schempp "Why Do We Believe What We Believe?"

From: Shelley M.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 10:04 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Virginia Freethought Renaissance (VFR)!

What: Ellery Schempp "Why Do We Believe What We Believe?"

When: April 2,[masked]:00 PM

Where: George Mason University

Meetup Description: This event is being hosted by the Rational Response Squad at George Mason University. The RRS @ GMU would like to thank the Secular Student Alliance and the Freedom from Religion Foundation for their generous assistance in making this event possible.

Guest Speaker:
Ellery Schempp
"Why Do We Believe What We Believe?"
Johnson Center Meeting Room F (3rd Floor)

Ellery Schempp, the primary student involved in the landmark 1963 Supreme Court Case of Abington School District v. Schempp which declared public school-sanction Bible reading unconstitutional, will be joining us on the campus of George Mason University discuss reasons for beliefs.

The presentation will be in the Johnson Center Meeting Room F on the 3rd Floor.

It is free and open to the public however there is a fee to park on campus. The Mason Pond Parking Deck is the closest available visitor parking to the Johnson Center. It can fill up during this time of day however - necessitating the use of another deck on campus further out - please plan your time accordingly. The rate is $2/hr with a maximum fee of $8. If you are taking the Metro, for $0.75 you can also take the CUE bus from the Vienna (Orange Line) Station to campus.

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