Now Available: New Women in Secularism² Videos & Official Conference T-Shirt
This past May, dozens of acclaimed speakers joined over 300 attendees for the second Women in Secularism conference, presented by the Center for Inquiry and held in Washington, D.C.
Each session was enlightening and inspiring, and we're very pleased to be able to share videos of the conference with you.
Last week we released videos of talks by Rebecca Goldstein, Susan Jacoby, and Katha Pollitt.
Today we continue the series with two panel discussions:
• "Women Leaving Religion" featuring Jamila Bey, Vyckie D. Garrison, Teresa MacBain, Maryam Namazie, and Stephanie Zvan
• "Faith-Based Pseudo-Science" featuring Sarah Moglia, Carrie Poppy, Amy Davis Roth, Rebecca Watson, and Desiree Schell
In the following weeks as we continue the editing process, we’ll upload all the panel discussions and additional speakers until the entire program is available online.
Now available for a limited time:
“Heresy Makes For Progress” T-Shirts
The Official Women in Secularism² Tee
Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner was a British educator, editor, and atheist who lived from 1858-1934. She published a humanist journal, the Reformer, to promote her belief that “heresy makes for progress”—the perfect sentiment to express the goals of today’s women in secularism while also honoring the super-women who first led the way.
Get your shirt at the CFI Store today!
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Together, we heretics will continue to make
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