Secular Coalition for America Announces Phase Two of Expansion

Phase Two of the Secular Coalition for America’s plan to create state chapters across the country begins in two weeks with conference calls for people interested in creating the chapters and the media is paying attention:

“Some of the most egregious violations of church state separation are being promoted and passed at the state level, and we absolutely must act to stop it,” said Edwina Rogers, Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America. “There are 40 million Americans who don’t identify with any religion, but our political influence has been limited because we have not been organized. This year, that changes.”

If you’d like to help be a part of the SCA’s efforts in the Phase Two states, all the details are at the links below:

Be a part of the change and call in if you’re from that state!

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  • Me&SD

    Excited for South Dakota Phase 4!!

  • I know that there was concern about Edwina Rogers, but she seems like a real asset. 

    I am very excited about this, and  I look forward to seeing what else she has in store. 

  • Fsq

    I have contacted the California branch and will work with them until I leave the cvountry.

    COme on everyone, time to put up or shut up. Now is the time to get going because if we remain silnet, bad shit is going to happen.

  • Gringa

    Go South Carolina!!

  • DG

    Because atheism is not a movement, dontcha know.  I’ve actually caught myself calling it the Church of Atheism, it seems so close at times.