The United Coalition of Reason was one of thirteen national organizations and one international organization in the community of reason to sign onto a letter to the U.S. Census Bureau regarding the administration of a religious oath to those securing employment as census workers.
Below is the full text of the May 7 letter to Robert Groves, director of the bureau...
(St. Augustine, April 13, 2010) A billboard on the West side of US Hwy. 1 bearing the message, "Don't Believe in God? You Are Not Alone," has suffered major damage. Located 5.7 miles North of SR-16 and visible to southbound traffic, the message raised controversy when it first appeared March 29. Now those behind that message believe vandalism may have been involved.
Ozark Regional Transit buses bearing these words are the latest part of a prominent atheist ad campaign in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The words appear on bus ads now on the sides and rear of four buses, constituting 12 ads in all.
Vandals defaced or tore off part of the wording on at least three of the Detroit area bus ads that read "Don't believe in God? You are not alone." In each of the three currently known instances, it was the word "Don't" that was targeted.
At 10 a.m on April 4, 2010, a distinguished group of leaders from across the secular movement will be asked to offer, very briefly, a contribution as to how we--all of us, individuals and local, regional, and national organizations in the community of reason--can become more visible, better known for who we really are.
One or more vandals used spray paint to deface part of a billboard on Interstate 80 midway between Sacramento and Davis, California, that reads "Are you good without God? Millions are." The words "also lost?" were added below the "Millions are."