(November 16, 2009) Seven organizations of nontheists (atheists, agnostics, and humanists) in the Silicon Valley area have combined their efforts today to launch the Silicon Valley Coalition of Reason. An Internet advertising campaign accompanies the launch and the promotion tour for a major nontheistic book arrives in Palo Alto on Wednesday to give the coalition a boost.
(Boston, October 28, 2009) "Good without God? Millions of Americans Are."
These words are part of a coordinated multi-organizational advertising campaign designed to raise awareness about people who don't believe in a god. The prominent ad appears on over 200 subway cars, 175 on the Red Line and 26 on the Green Line. Each is 21 inches tall by 22 inches wide. Their appearance will continue for at least a month.
(New York, October 20, 2009) "A million New Yorkers are good without God? Are you?"
These words are part of a coordinated multi-organizational advertising campaign designed to raise awareness about people who don't believe in a god. The prominent ads will go up Monday, October 26, in a dozen Manhattan subway stations. Placed by Big Apple CoR, the New York City Coalition of Reason, with funding from the United Coalition of Reason, the ads feature an image of blue sky and clouds with the words superimposed over.
A number of national, local and campus organizations in the community of reason are getting behind a new idea, the first ever National Secular Service Day (NSSD), to be held October 18, 2009. This nationwide observance, initiated by the Harvard Secular Society, encourages the wide range of nontheistic and nonreligious people throughout the United States to get involved in community service.