Two New Videos: Panels About Gender Equality and Advancing Women's Concerns
Throughout the summer we've been compiling videos from the second Women in Secularism conference, organized by CFI and held in Washington, D.C., this past May.
Dozens of speakers joined over 300 attendees at this remarkable event, and we're very pleased to be able to share their presentations with you.
Visit WomenInSecularism.org to watch the videos!
Today we continue the series with two new panel discussions:
• "Gender Equality in the Secular Movement" featuring Ophelia Benson, R. Elisabeth Cornwell, Debbie Goddard, Stephanie Zvan, and Greta Christina
• "How Women's Concerns Can Best Be Advanced Within the Context of a Secular Agena" featuring Soraya Chemaly, Susan Jacoby, Amanda Marcotte, Katha Pollitt, and Jamila Bey
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Women in Secularism³ — Details Coming Soon!
As you can see in these videos, the Women in Secularism conferences are exceptional and valuable events.
Right now, we are in the early planning stages for Women in Secularism 3. Once again you have the opportunity to sponsor one of the most inspiring and important conferences of the year.
Without a doubt, you and your donations enable CFI to organize these events, and we thank you for everything you do to make them a success.
If you are able, please make a donation today.
Thank you for being a part of Women in Secularism. Together, we heretics will continue to make all kinds of progress.