American Atheists Announces Reorganization

Cranford—American Atheists today announced a reorganization to focus its efforts on legal and public policy matters. The reorganization includes an emphasis towards voter engagement, political action, and legal advocacy. Some staff positions were eliminated to accommodate this change in direction. As of June 1, Nick Fish will become the National Program Director overseeing projects such […] [Read More >]

On Marriage Equality Case, the Rights of LGBT Americans Trump Religious Dogma

WASHINGTON, D.C.—This morning, the Supreme Court of the United States will hear oral arguments in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges. This is likely the most significant case considering marriage equality to come before the highest court in America in our generation. “American Atheists stands for the rights and equality of all people,” said David […] [Read More >]

Friday Fallacy 4-10-15

It’s Friday and you know what that means… It’s time once again for your #FridayFallacy! As always, we will begin with an example to give you a chance to guess the fallacy, and then we’ll name it and explain how it works and how to counter it for the next time you come across it. […] [Read More >]

Press Release: First-Ever American Atheists Television Ad Will Air on CNN

Commercial Bookends Special Atheist Program

Cranford, NJ—The national nonprofit American Atheists announced on Tuesday that the organization will debut its first-ever national television ad tonight on CNN during programs before and after a CNN Special Report called Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers, featuring American Atheists President David Silverman and other atheist leaders.   American Atheists’ 30-second commercial promotes the […] [Read More >]

Press Release: Atheists, Pastor, and Imam To Go Head-to-Head in Public Panel

Memphis, TN—On Monday, the national nonprofit American Atheists announced an interfaith panel discussion featuring experts on Islam, Christianity, and atheism from 4 to 5 pm on Wednesday, April 1 in the Skyway Ballroom of the Peabody Hotel in Memphis. The public and media are invited to this free event, which serves as a “warm-up” to […] [Read More >]

Arabic Billboard Promotes Atheist Convention to Ex-Muslims

Memphis, TN—On Monday, American Atheists announced an Arabic-language billboard in Memphis aimed at promoting its 2015 National Convention April 2-5 in Memphis at the historic Peabody Hotel to ex-Muslims. The billboard features a young girl wearing “bunny ears” with accompanying Arabic text reading, “An atheist convention featuring Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Easter weekend? Looks like […] [Read More >]

لوحة إلحادية تصدر باللغة العربية لترويج مؤتمر وطني قادم إلى الملحدين ذو خلفية إسلامية

PDF متوفرة هنا بيان صحفي الملحدين الأمريكيين وشركة www.atheists.org للإصدار الفوري: الإثنين 16 آذار 2015 للمزيد من المعلومات يرجى الإتصال ب: ديفيد سيلفرمان، الرئيس، هاتف 908-276-7300 تحويلة 5 ، بريد إلكتروني [email protected] دانييل مسكاتو، مديرة الاتصالات، هاتف 908-276-7300 تحويلة 7 ، بريد إلكتروني [email protected] لوحة إلحادية تصدر باللغة العربية لترويج مؤتمر وطني قادم إلى الملحدين […] [Read More >]

AAcon15: Announcing another major speaker—Vaccination expert Paul Offit, MD

American Atheists is proud to announce yet another major speaker, vaccination expert Dr. Paul Offit, to the 2015 National Convention roster. The convention will take place in Memphis, Tennessee this April 2-5 at the Peabody Hotel. Register for the convention instantly online at atheists.org/convention2015. Dr. Offit is the author of the new book Bad Faith: When […] [Read More >]

Atheist Convention Will Screen ‘God’s Not Dead’—With a Helping Hand From ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Cast

Memphis, TN—On Tuesday, American Atheists announced that it will feature a screening of the 2014 Christian film God’s Not Dead starring Kevin Sorbo at its 2015 National Convention in Memphis, April 2-5 . Comedians Trace Bealieu and Frank Conniff, best known for their roles in the sci-fi comedy TV show Mystery Science Theater 3000 , […] [Read More >]

Press Release: Atheist Convention Billboard Rejected as ‘Offensive’ for Mentioning ‘Easter’

Nashville, TN—On Monday, American Atheists announced a two-city billboard campaign in Tennessee promoting its 2015 National Convention during April 2-5 in Memphis at the historic Peabody Hotel. The two billboards are radically different because the Nashville billboard leasing company rejected two designs as “offensive” and “aggressive” for including the words “Easter” and “church.” The Memphis […] [Read More >]

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