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A former evangelical pastor and now the co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Dan Barker is an atheist and advocate of freethought and will be talking about the separation of church and state on April 20 at CSU Sacramento.
Welcoming a New Chapter of the FFRF
This event marks the inauguration of The Greater Sacramento Chapter of the Freedom from Religion Foundation, a new addition to an organization that works as an umbrella for those who are free from religion and are committed to the cherished principle of separation of state and church.
About the Event Host
The Secular Student Alliance (SSA) at Sac State is co-hosting this event. They are an affiliate of the national Secular Student Alliance, an organization that aids high school and college student groups in the atheist, agnostic, humanist, skeptic, and freethought movement.
This event is a fundraiser for the SSA at Sac State, to enable them to attend the national SSA conference in June. Your donations are welcome, and will help advance the group as they learn about leadership, marketing, community outreach, and more.
Tickets are $12 at the door, and FREE with current student ID (subject to availability). RSVPing to this SacFAN announcement tells your SacFAN friends you will be there, but is not a ticket to the event. You must buy a ticket to guarantee a seat, either at the door if seats are available, or at the link below.
EDIT: Many people have had problems with the Sac State Ticket Office website. If you would like to purchase tickets directly from the club, email Dan at [masked].
Parking and Venue
Parking is FREE in Lot 2. Signs will be clearly posted before the event.
The event is held at Mendocino Hall, Room 1005, adjacent to Lot 2.
We suggest arriving early.