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March - April 2017 Freethought Society ezine

Click here to see the March/April 2017 Freethought Society (FS) ezine.

 In the ezine you will find the following articles:

  • The Historic 2017 Women’s March by Margaret Downey, Patti Butcheck, Catherine Hillery, Larry Hothem and Lisa Pedersen

    Women March

    Women’s March

  • 2017 Women’s March Sign Collage
  • Anti-Superstition Friday-the-Thirteenth Kicks Off 2017 LogiCal-LA Conference
  • Anti-Superstition Friday-the-Thirteenth Bash Photos
  • 2017 LogiCal-LA Skeptics Conference Photos
  • The Freethought Society’s 2017 Two-Month Activities Calendar
  • Freethought Society Merchandise Page
  • Donation and Information Page

 We hope that you will remain or become an active supporter of the great work FS is doing. Please donate to the general fund or select a project you want to help sponsor. All donations to FS are tax-deductible!

If the ezine inspires you to become more actively involved with FS, please provide us with your contact information, including your phone number and mailing address.

Special events are being planned in your area so don’t miss an opportunity to participate further. All personal information is confidential and will not be shared with other organizations.

We want supporters to stay informed at all times. To keep updated about events, meetings and issues, please sign up to participate in the FS Discussion List.

The Freethought Society News Editorial Staff

Lawrence Krauss - The Greatest Story Ever Told - So Far

On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:00 PM, The Freethought Society and the Philadelphia Ethical Humanist Society will host Lawrence Krauss as an honored speaker. He will discuss his newest book, The Greatest Story Ever Told — So Far, which is scheduled for release just a few days before his appearance. 

Click here for more information on joining!

March for Science PHL on Saturday, April 22​!

The Freethought Society is proud to be a participant and fundraising group for the March for Science PHL, a sister march to the main March for Science rally in Washington DC, taking place on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

The mission of the March for Science is to defend science, celebrate the scientific process, and combat the silencing of both.

There is a lot of work to be done between now and April 22, 2017.  Visit the March for Science PHL page to sign up to help with Logistics, Planning, Social Media & Outreach, Fundraising, Website & Design, “Day Of” Volunteering, Diversity or Science Engagement!  Questions?  Email: volunteer.philamarch4sci@gmail.com

Can’t attend, or just feeling motivated to help financially with the march?  Visit the Freethought Society Donation Page page!

 

Lawrence Krauss March 2017

Lawrence Krauss – March 20, 2017 at 7:00PM 

On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:00 PM, The Freethought Society and the Philadelphia Ethical Humanist Society will host Lawrence Krauss as an honored speaker. He will discuss his newest book, The Greatest Story Ever Told — So Far, which is scheduled for release just a few days before his appearance. In this book, Krauss connects the world we know with the invisible world all around us. Krauss explains our current understanding of nature and the struggle to construct the greatest theoretical edifice ever assembled, the Standard Model of Particle Physics  and then to understand its implications for our existence.          Continue reading: Lawrence Krauss on March 20, 2017

January - February 2017 Freethought Society ezine

Click here to see the January/February 2017 Freethought Society (FS) ezine.

In the ezine you will find the following articles:

  • Dr. Richard Dawkins Recovers from Minor Stroke by Margaret Downey
  • Photos From the Dr. Dawkins 2016 U. S. A. Tour
  • More Photos From the Dr. Dawkins 2016 U. S. A. Tour
  • Freethought Society Merchandise Page
  • Freedom of Religion or Belief Committee Report by Dennis Middlebrooks and Alan Gold
  • The Freethought Society’s 2017 Two-Month Activities Calendar
  • The Ongoing Tree of Knowledge Project
  • Tree of Knowledge Testimonials by Glen Loev and Hugh Taft-Morales
  • Donation and Information Page

We hope that you will remain or become an active supporter of the great work FS is doing. Please donate to the general fund or select a project you want to help sponsor. All donations to FS are tax-deductible!

If the ezine inspires you to become more actively involved with FS, please provide us with your contact information, including your phone number and mailing address.

Special events are being planned in your area so don’t miss an opportunity to participate further. All personal information is confidential and will not be shared with other organizations.

We want supporters to stay informed at all times. To keep updated about events, meetings and issues, please sign up to participate in the FS Discussion List.

The Freethought Society News Editorial Staff