Since 1963, American Atheists has been the premier organization fighting for the civil liberties of atheists and the total, absolute separation of government and religion. American Atheists was born out of a court case begun in 1959 by the Murray family which challenged prayer recitation in the public schools.
We are lawyers and lobbyists, students and activists, religious leaders and impassioned Americans, people of faith and people who don't profess any particular faith. We are a community that includes and welcomes people of all genders, races, ethnicities, religions or beliefs, sexual orientations, ages, classes and abilities.
The advocacy and political arm of the American Humanist Association active in key Washington coalitions and has a lobbyist who fights for issues secular Americans care about like the separation of church and state and protecting civil liberties.
A group of humanists building loving relationships, making things better for others, and cultivating wonder and gratitude along the way.
COR is committed to presenting spaces that are informative, fun and friendly for all participants. This includes creating an atmosphere that is harassment-free. All attendees, including speakers, sponsors, and volunteers, are required to adhere to our community standards for the duration of our events.
A social, academic, and activist group for those in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. At our monthly meetings we learn from local experts and organizations about the science of our world, experiences of those from different backgrounds, and causes that could use our help.