2010 National Convention – Madison, Wis.

Concourse Hotel
One West Dayton Street
Madison, Wisconsin
Weekend of Oct. 29-31, 2010

The 33rd annual national convention of the Freedom From Religion Foundation took place on Halloween weekend at the Foundation's hometown of Madison, Wis., at the Concourse Hotel, one block off of the Capitol Square.


Convention slideshow by photographer Thomas Stringfellow

Convention photos by convention-goers (FFRF Facebook album)


Convention Video by Wisconsin Eye

10.29.10 | Freedom From Religion Foundation 33rd Annual Convention: Day One

The Freedom From Religion Foundation held their 33rd Annual Convention in Madison on October 29th and 30th at the Concourse Hotel. The first evening of the convention included the presentation of the "Emperor Has No Clothes" award to two authors: Linda Greenhouse (not featured on video), author of "Monumental Questions for the Supreme Court" Yale Law School, and 30-year Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, author, Infidel.

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10.30.10 | Freedom From Religion Foundation 33rd Annual Convention: Day Two (Part 1/2)

Continued coverage of the Freedom From Religion Foundation's 33rd Annual Convention in Madison on October 29th and 30th at the Concourse Hotel. The second day of the conference began with the following programs and presentations: Welcome by Dan Barker, Annie Laurie Gaylor, Prof. James F. Crow; Thomas Jefferson Student Activist Award given to Eric Workman; "The Most Hated U.S. Public High School Club," presented by West High School FFRF Chapter Faculty advisors Kirk Mefford & Aaron Blom & students, and FFRF Legal Panel with Staff attorneys Rebecca Markert, Patrick Elliott & Litigation Attorney Richard L. Bolton.

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10.30.10 | Freedom From Religion Foundation 33rd Annual Convention: Day Two (Part 2/2)

Continued coverage of the Freedom From Religion Foundation's 33rd Annual Convention in Madison on October 29th and 30th at the Concourse Hotel. The second day of the convention included the following programs and presentations: Julia Sweeney Q&A; "One Nation Under God — A Bible History" Madison cartoonist Mike Konopacki Visual presentation; and Cenk Uygur, host "The Young Turks," received the Emperor Has No Clothes Award.

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2010 Convention Archives

2010 Speakers, audio, and text
2010 Schedule

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