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Upcoming Events and Appearances

March 7 -- San Diego, California (Virtual Event)

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FFRF Co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor, will join the Humanist Association of San Diego to discuss her timeless book, Women Without Superstition: "No Gods - No Masters" on Sunday, March 7 at 3:00 p.m. (CDT). This event is free and open to the public. Meeting information can be found on the Humanist Association of San Diego event page.

March 14 -- Nashville, Tennessee (Virtual Event)

 

FFRF co-president Dan Barker will appear at a virtual meeting hosted by Sunday Assembly Nashville on Sunday, March 14, at 10:30 am. (EDT). Dan will discuss his colorful journey from evangelical preacher to atheist activist, along with his many books. Sunday Assembly Nashville is part of the international movement of people who want to celebrate the one life we know we have. find more information on their Facebook page and MeetUp. This event will be live on YouTube and is free and open to the public. Watch this space for additional details. 

March 21 -- FFRF East Tennessee Chapter (Virtual Event)

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FFRF co-president Dan Barker will appear at a virtual meeting hosted by the East Tennessee Chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation on Sunday, March 21, at 10:30 a.m. (EDT). The topic of the discussion will center around Dan's book Freewill Explained, and FFRF's current efforts to defend the Establishment Clause. Q&A will follow. Email the chapter here

June 8 -- Thomas Paine Day (Virtual Event)

 

Please join FFRF’s Dan Barker and Andrew Seidel along with a host of secular activists to celebrate the 2021 Thomas Paine Day via Zoom on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, beginning at 3:45 PM PST/6:45 PM EST. The life and work of Thomas Paine will be honored with a variety of presentations and musical interludes, and attendees will get a sneak peek at the progress of sculptor Zenos Frudakis’ Thomas Paine statue. Registration is required. This event is free and open to the public.

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