Welcome, secular humanists, freethinkers, skeptics, brights, agnostics, atheists & naturalists, to the Detroit, Michigan Coalition of Reason; alias Detroit CoR and Dcor.
From civil rights and separation of state and church activism, to scientific, rational and free-thought presentations, discussions, networking and camaraderie, our many Michigan groups have so much to offer.
Detroit CoR’s goal is to unite and raise public awareness of organizations that provide nontheist resources for reason-based Michiganders and Metro Detroiters.
You are not alone. Are you god free? So are we!
Detroit CoR, Coordinator
Michigan Atheists is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, social and educational organization defending Atheists’ civil rights and dedicated to the complete and absolute separation of state and church.
Action without discussion is dangerous. Discussion without action is futile.
Joyce Uitti, Co-Director, Marty Maier, Co-Director
Detroit Atheists Meetup
A secular community of atheists and atheist friendly people in the Detroit area, including, but not limited to, agnostics, skeptics, freethinkers, humanists, non-theists, anti-theists, untheists, brights, rationalists, doubters, heathens, heretics, the curious and their friends.
Frank Burejsza, Organizer
Center for Inquiry |cfi Michigan
The Center for Inquiry | Michigan is working to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. It hosts a wide variety of educational and social events throughout the state and has student groups on several Michigan campuses.
The Detroit Grassroots Atheism Project
Find them on Meetup.
The Detroit Grassroots Atheism Project (DGAP) has the primary goal of raising awareness about atheism and atheists through direct interaction with the public. Project volunteers provide literature and a point of contact between the public and the atheist community. Through this interaction we clear up misunderstandings about atheism and inform people about what atheism is.
Chris McLaughlin, Founder
Find them on Meetup.
Interested in discussing religion from a non-dogmatic point of view? Curious about other points of view? Sometimes wonder if what you’ve heard about religions seems a bit far-fetched? Ever wondered if the stories from religions are based on true events? Join us as we delve into these questions and more.
Chris McLaughlin, Organizer
Camp Quest of Michigan
Camp Quest of Michigan provides children of irreligious parents with a residential summer camp, dedicated to improving the human condition through rational inquiry, critical and creative thinking, scientific method, self-respect, ethics, competency, democracy, free speech, and the separation of religion and government guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.
Jeff Duncan, Camp Director
Michigan Skeptics Association
Michigan Skeptics is a gathering place for Critical Thinkers, Humanists and Skeptics to discuss, debate and to meet casually. A Skeptic is a person that does not take claims at face value. They feel that for an idea to be embraced, it needs to have been verified and proven as much as possible, through the scientific method and evidence. We at MISkeptics welcome discussion and debate from all points of view. We feel that greater knowledge is attained and shared in that manner.
Adam Bourque, Director
Wayne State University Secular Student Alliance
Find them on Facebook.
Wayne State University Secular Student Alliance unites, educates, empowers, and represents students who include but are not limited to: Atheists, Agnostics, Secularists, Skeptics, and Rationalists. The organization promotes scientific inquiry and reason, and gives students a voice and an opportunity to engage in society, as well as assist in the activities that students would like to carry out, such as humanitarian relief, promoting critical inquiry and empirical investigation.
Hassan Khalifeh, President
Black Non Believers of Detroit
Minority Black Non Believers is a collective of individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures who meet regularly to promote logic, reason and Separation of State and Church, in addition to discussing social issues that concern minorities. BN’s goals are to provide a haven of support to minorities atheists and bridge the gap between minority and non-minority atheists. We network and sponsor non-believing groups and increase our visibility in Michigan and beyond.
Bria Crutchfield, Organizer