(Charlotte, North Carolina, September 3, 2014) Atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and humanists from all over North and South Carolina will converge on Charlotte the weekend of September 26-28 for the fourth Annual Carolinas Secular Conference.
(Chico, California, August 26, 2014) A vandal has pasted words over part of an Atheists of Butte County Adopt-a-Highway road sign. The sign is located on the south side of Highway 99, near Nelson Road. The words in black block letters add "God loves" above "Atheists of Butte County." The vandalism was discovered yesterday by George Gold, president of the group.
(Denver, Colorado, August 5, 2014) "Don't believe in a god? Join the celebration."
These words, superimposed over an image of a crowd of conference attendees, now appear on a prominent billboard at 21st and California Streets in Downtown Denver. It will remain up through the third annual Colorado Secular Conference.
This Saturday and Sunday, June 21 and 22, Atlanta will host a Summer Solstice Celebration launching the Atlanta Area Coalition of Reason, a cooperative effort by 10 area atheist and freethought groups. Performers and speakers at the celebration will be available for interviews.
WHO: Jeremiah Camara, Steve Hill, Sam Singleton, and Greydon Square.
On Saturday, June 7, Philadelphia-area businessman Steve Rade will be honored by the American Humanist Association with its Humanist Business Award. The luncheon award ceremony will be part of the Association's 73rd annual conference, being held over the weekend in downtown Philadelphia. Rade will give an acceptance speech and be available for interviews.
(Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 29, 2014) With a major event this Saturday and an Internet campaign throughout May, a coalition of New Mexico atheist, humanist and secularist groups is launching across the state.
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 27, 2013) A federal lawsuit was filed yesterday against the Port Authority of Allegheny County for refusing to run $5,700 worth of bus ads aimed at attracting local atheists and agnostics. The king-sized ads, to be placed on the sides of 12 buses serving Allegheny County, would have said: "Don't believe in God?