Tell Congress now: We need a National Day of Reason


Congress has named the first Thursday in May as the “National Day of Prayer,” an unconstitutional law the Freedom From Religion Foundation has litigated but was unable to halt. But now we and you can fight back!
Please take a minute to support landmark legislation calling on Congress to establish this upcoming Wednesday, May 4, as National Day of Reason.

Led by Rep. Jamie Raskin, co-chair of the Congressional Freethought Caucus, a number of national legislators are championing a resolution proclaiming an annual National Day of Reason. Sponsors of prior years’ resolutions include Reps. Jared Huffman, Mark Pocan, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Jerry McNerney and Pramila Jayapal, among the Congressional Freethought Caucus.

The resolution, scheduled to be introduced shortly, recognizes the central importance of reason in the betterment of humanity and makes clear the practical implications of straying from an evidence-based policy.

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