Disability, Disenfranchisement, and Disbelief: An Interview with SB Morgaine

I recently sat down with SB Morgaine to talk about how event organizers (and the community as a whole!) can be more inviting to disabled people. SB works at a non-profit in Virginia that helps the deaf community, and has done work with secular groups to create awareness for those with disabilities. Event organizers and

Improving the Image of Atheists: #Ftbcon liveblog by @CultOfCourtney

Improving the Image of Atheists (Blogged by Courtney) Sarah Moglia, James Croft, Chris Ho-Stuart, Stephanie Zvan and Kaoru Negisa 10:00 AM Introductions - Stephanie Zvan - Writes at Almost Diamonds Sarah Moglia - Campus Organizing Communication Specialist for the Secular Student Alliance Kaoru Negisa - Writer at Reasonable Conversation, atheist/LGBT activist in Orlando, FL James Croft -

Call for Events Writers

We need writers to blog about events of interest to skeptics, atheists, humanists, freethinkers, etc., as well as events-related information. For example, posts about starting groups, interviews with group leaders, ways to increase diversity at events, making groups and events more friendly to all ages, accessibility at events, fundraising, activism, geek event cross-over, and so

X-Post: EVENTS This Week: Marian Call, Ben Radford & More!

You really have no excuse for not going out this week. Except those of you on house arrest. (But there’s even something for you near the end of this post.) A variety of skeptical, humanist, atheist, sciencey stuff is going on this week—from Marian Call’s last concert before leaving for Europe to Ben Radford’s talk

Act Now! Your Money Doubled!

Why donate to SkepchickCON? There are some really good reasons to hand over a little dough to this cause, but this week the biggest and best reason to donate is because, due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, your contribution will be DOUBLED!! (An occasion for SUPERCAPSLOCK, if ever there was one.) That’s right,

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