National Ask an Atheist Day – April 13, 2011

The SSA@IUP is participating with the University of Illinois and many other SSA affiliates in National Ask an Atheist Day!

To raise awareness about atheists and other secular students on campus, we’re hosting tables in the HUB between the food court and gym and in the Oak Grove where atheists and other secular students can answer questions from the general public. If you’re interested in answering questions, fill out the survey here to sign up for times.

If you’re knowledgeable, great, and if not then you can still be moral support, and I bet you’ll be able to answer more questions than you’d think. If you don’t identify as atheist but would like to help out, you still can, and you can explain the difference between atheist, agnostic, skeptic, secular humanist, freethinker, etc!

We’ll meet at our regular SSA meeting on Tuesday night at 7:00 pm to distribute flyers, Atheist name tags, and make banners.

Questions? Email s.f.luciano@iup.edu or SecularIUP@gmail.com for more info.

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One Response to National Ask an Atheist Day – April 13, 2011

  1. marcus says:

    We should make it a national holiday.

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