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The United Coalition of Reason works to raise the visibility of local nontheistic groups in North America. Nationally, this is done by means of advertising and media campaigns which highlight the fact that nontheists live in every community across the United States and Canada. Locally, this is done by promoting informal cooperation among local groups, hosting local coalition websites, training group leaders, and funding publicity outreach.


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Breaking News

July 03, 2014
Atheist Lawsuit Against Pittsburgh's Port Authority Settled

Atheist Lawsuit Against Pittsburgh's Port Authority Settled

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 3, 2014) A federal lawsuit by the Washington DC-based United Coalition of Reason (UnitedCoR) against the Port Authority of Allegheny County has been settled.

June 17, 2014
Media Advisory: Godless Party and Concert This Weekend

Media Advisory: Godless Party and Concert This Weekend

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.

June 11, 2014
Godless Groups Go Public Across Atlanta

Godless Groups Go Public Across Atlanta

(Atlanta, Georgia, June 11, 2014) With major events two days in a row, a coalition of Atlanta-area atheist, humanist and secularist groups is launching Saturday, June 21, as a new cultural presence.