You Can Help Foundation Beyond Belief in a Big Way with Just a Couple of Clicks

Reddit just announced a program in which it will give away 10% of its advertising revenue to various charities. It amounts to more than $82,000 per group.

Well… Foundation Beyond Belief happens to be an excellent non-profit that could use that support!

If you have a Reddit account, please vote for Foundation Beyond Belief here. It’d help us out tremendously if you shared that link far and wide!

Voting ends on Feb. 25.

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A Group for Secular Survivors of Abusive Relationships

I posted before about a new non-profit group called Secular Avenue, which will help non-religious people in tough situations get the support they need.

To that end, they’ve just launched a Facebook group called “Secular Survivors” for people who are leaving abusive relationships:

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The Canadian Supreme Court Was Right to Overturn the Ban on Physician-Assisted Suicide

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses the Canadian Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the ban on physician-assisted suicide.

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There’s Another 9/11 Memorial Cross Controversy, This Time in Princeton (New Jersey)

Princeton (New Jersey) Fire Company deputy chief Roy James really wants to put up a 9/11 memorial in the city. The centerpiece would be a 10-foot-long steel beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center… but it has a cross cut out of it.

And that’s the problem: Is this really about honoring the victims of 9/11 or promoting Christianity by way of an emotionally-charged display that no one has the heart to say no to?

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Clark County (Washington) Officials Find an Underhanded Way to Pass an Unpopular “In God We Trust” Proposal

Last week, I wrote about how Clark County (Washington) officials had tabled a discussion to put up an “In God We Trust” sign after the proposal saw a lot of resistance: After hearing about two hours of public testimony — during which about two-thirds of the speakers opposed the controversial proposal — [Councilor Tom] Mielke [Read More…]