Second Annual West Virginia Meeting for Ath...
As the most densely populated state, New Jersey is awash in diverse ethnic and religious communities. Less celebrated is the fact that over 1 million Jerseyites out of 9 million identify themselves as either non-believers, agnostics, or atheists (based on the recent Pew U.S. Religious Landscape Survey and U.S. Census data).
Now organizations across the state have come together to raise the visibility and sense of unity among local groups in the community of reason, to create a dialogue on the role of nontheists in New Jersey, and to improve the way that humanists are perceived by their New Jersey neighbors.
Say "Hello" to NJCoR!