(Roanoke, Virginia, December 28, 2012.) A second of the four Blue Ridge Coalition of Reason billboards in the Roanoke area was found vandalized today. The billboard at 32 Boulevard Street near the underpass and just north of Patterson, in Roanoke, facing south, originally read: "Don't believe in God? Join the club." But the "n't" was blocked out with wrapping paper and duct tape, leaving the text to read "Do." Last week the billboard at Virginia Route 419 at 1420 Lynchburg Turnpike, in Salem, facing east, had had the entire word “Don't" blacked out with paint. That billboard has been replaced.
(Salem, Virginia, December 21, 2012.) Vandals used spray paint to deface one of the four Blue Ridge Coalition of Reason billboards in the Roanoke area. The billboard at Virginia Route 419 at 1420 Lynchburg Turnpike, in Salem, facing east, originally read, "Don't believe in God? Join the club." But the word "Don't" has been blacked out.
(Chico, California, December 13, 2012.) Vandals have cut out portions of one of the twelve Butte County Coalition of Reason billboards in Chico. The billboard on Skyway near Honey Run Road originally read, “Don’t believe in God? Join the club.” But the word “Don’t” was removed, along with part of the Web address: ButteCountyCoR.org.
Washington, DC - The Secular Coalition for America today encouraged participation in broad efforts by the nontheist community to assist with relief in the aftermath of storm "Sandy," which battered the East Coast earlier this week.
This weekend atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, humanists and others of like mind will gather at the inaugural Kentucky Freethought Convention, organized with the aid of the Bluegrass Coalition of Reason in Lexington and the Louisville Coalition of Reason of Louisville--with major funding provided by the United Coalition of Reason in Washington DC.