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COUNT Discussion Meeting: Topic: Public Policy Solutions to White Male Privilege
Tonight's Topic: Public Policy Solutions to White Male Privilege How can we solve the problem of white male privilege in the US through public policy? -Could we levy an additional income or sales tax? -Would wage garnishment be a possible option? -What about compulsive public/community service, something like AmeriCorps or the Peace Corps? After our talk on the discussion topic, we would love to spend time hanging out, having a few more drinks, and getting to know one another. Atheist, agnostics, other non-theists, and atheist-friendly people are welcome to join us. Discussion Meeting Agenda: 6:30 Introductions/Get Settled 7:00 Welcome, Projects Status/Ideas 7:30 Group Discussion Topic FYI, dinner & drinks are available at our meet-ups but you don't have to order dinner or drinks to attend. Note: COUNT operates a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/COUNT.discussions to promote discussions among members and visitors.

Lucky Dragon

2800 North High Street · Columbus

What we're about

Central Ohio United Non-Theists (COUNT), is dedicated to Volunteering and Outreach in the central Ohio area. The projects that we take on are those that help the world around us and positively affect the lives and reputations of atheists and other non-believers.

We meet on Wednesday evenings to discuss upcoming projects and a weekly topic. We want to help develop and support the local atheist/non-theist community, discuss secular viewpoints, encourage a positive atheist/non-theist culture, and provide opportunities for socializing and friendship.

COUNT is a member of the Columbus Coalition of Reason (www.ColumbusCoR.org (http://www.ColumbusCor.org/)). COUNT endorses the mission of the Secular Coalition for America (secular.org (http://secular.org/)).

COUNT operates a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/COUNT.discussions (http://www.facebook.com/groups/COUNT.discussions/) to promote discussions among members and visitors. The private Facebook group for the current members of the COUNT Steering Committee is at www.facebook.com/groups/COUNT.SC (http://www.facebook.com/groups/COUNT.SC/).

Contributions for the operation of COUNT are occasionally collected at meetings.

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