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The Community of Reason (COR) was formed in January 2019 to partner with like-minded groups and to provide a network of support and opportunities to the non-religious in the area, including atheists, agnostics, humanists and skeptics.

The Community of Reason (COR): Atheists and Humanists of Ohio and Kentucky envisions a secular society that values science, reason, integrity, compassion and true equality for everyone.

Our mission is to create, mobilize and empower a thriving secular community to make a positive difference.

Integrity – incorporates honesty, truthfulness, transparency, accountability, dependability, decency, justice, sincerity, commitment, good judgement

Equality – incorporates acceptance, open-mindedness, fairness, equability, egalitarianism, nondiscrimination

Curiosity – incorporates continuous learning, challenging and questioning biases, critical thinking, evidence seeking, understanding

Compassion – incorporates empathy, service to others, patience, selflessness, self-care, protection, kindness

Upcoming events (5+)

Science On Tap - Reforestation & Climate Change

Urban Artifact

Please note: we are not the hosts of this event. We are sharing it to our members so that they can attend, if interested. Please RSVP on the Facebook event of the organizers. https://www.facebook.com/events/646889682428680/

Cincinnati Pride Movie Night: The Devil Wears Prada!

Washington Park

Join us for movie night hosted by Cincinnati Pride! Are you a Miranda or are you an Andy? (Or maybe you are an Emily or a Nigel) No matter. Join Cincinnati Pride for a screening of "The Devil Wears Prada" in Washington Park. Wear your finest fashions and celebrate the dragon lady! Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed! Bring your friends & family (and a lawn chair). The movie begins at dusk (approximately 9PM). Or wear your finest humanist and atheist pride shirts!

Pride Multifaith Celebration

Children's Home of Northern Kentucky

This interfaith event is hosted by several different organizations for Pride month. Our own Jen Scott will be among the many organizational leaders speaking. This will be the first time an atheist/humanist has been invited to speak. This is also the first time this event will be held as a collaboration of Cincinnati Pride, Northern Kentucky Pride, and Lawrenceburg Pride. SCHEDULE 6:30-7:00pm Snacks & beverage provided by Jeff Thomas Catering 7:00-8:30pm Multi-Faith Service NOTE This is an interfaith event. There will be prayers and many religious attendees. Our participation in this is part of our interfaith work and is key to normalizing humanism, skepticism, and atheism. For some attendees, it may be the first time they actively engage with someone who is non-religious. We want that to be a good experience for them and for our members. Do not attend this event if you are not comfortable in an interfaith setting. Do not attend this event if you like to debate about religion. This is not the setting or the place for that. Reasons to attend: - Show support for the religious organizations who are open and affirming for the LGBTQ community. - Invite your religious friends to an event you can agree on - Help us with our interfaith work - Beautiful view of the cities - Snacks?

Cincinnati Pride Parade & Festival

Sawyer Point Park

This event is hosted by Cincinnati Pride. This year's theme is "Back to Stonewall". PARADE The Parade will start at 11am. The parade route begins at 7th & Central Ave, travels down Vine St past Fountain Square and ends at the Cincinnati Pride 2019 Festival at Sawyer Point & Yeatman's Cove. FESTIVAL The Cincinnati Pride Festival is a family-friendly, fun event that takes place at Sawyer Point Park on the fourth Saturday in June. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, it is FREE for everyone! Food, drinks, vendors and entertainment fill your Saturday afternoon with fun. #cincypride2019 Festival Safety Tips and Regulations: - No coolers are allowed. - Listen to Police and Pride Security. They are there to keep you safe. If you see something suspicious, say something. Tell a Pride Representative or CPD/Security. - Ignore any protesters and keep on marching/celebrating! - Pace yourself. - Stay hydrated. - Do not leave your drink unattended. - Leave your pets at home (the noise and the weather can upset our furry friends). - Keep the park clean. - Use the trash and recycling receptacles. - Park legally. - Stay aware of your surroundings when walking around. TABLING The Community of Reason will be tabling for this event. Interested in volunteering to help? Contact us at communityofreasonohky@gmail or talk to Mandy when you see her at an event!

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