Calendar

Our calendar will now feature events from across the country, and is updated regularly. Be sure to check often for updates!

January 21st
Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Center for Civil and Human Rights
100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd
Atlanta, GA

On Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 1 p.m., a peaceful demonstration of solidarity will take place called the Atlanta March for Social Justice & Women. The march will rally members of underrepresented communities, women, and their allies from across Georgia and the nation. The march will begin at the Center for Civil and Human Rights and will conclude at the Georgia State Capitol.
While an independent movement, the Atlanta March for Social Justice & Women event is officially recognized by the Women’s March on Washington D.C. to which tens of thousands of Americans have pledged their support.
The Atlanta March champions: immigrants of all statuses; Muslims and those of diverse religious faiths, agnostic or atheist; Native and Indigenous people; individuals of African and Asian descent; Asian Pacific
Americans; Latinx people; those with disabilities; survivors of sexual violence; people who are economically impoverished; the LGBTQIA communities; and women. Our march will amplify the voices of these communities by embodying and supporting work that defeats and eliminates human trafficking; advocates for the right to clean water, clean air and environmental justice; holds accountable law enforcement in cases of police brutality, and other issues relevant to creating a just and equitable society.
Black Nonbelievers is proud to be a community partner, and we need your help! Please sign up to volunteer here: https://atlantamarch.typeform.com/to/N14PDZ

The website for this event is https://atlantamarch.com/. Also, be sure to participate with any associated marches nationwide!

January 21st
A Better Life: Joy and Meaning in a World Without God
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Cinefest Film Theater at Georgia State University
66 Courtland St SE #240
Atlanta, GA

Hosted by the Atlanta Coalition of Reason and the Georgia State University Secular Panthers

There is no God. Now what? If this is the only life we have, how does that affect how we live our lives, how we treat each other, and cope with death. As a follow-up to one of Kickstarter’s most successful publishing projects, photographer and filmmaker Chris Johnson introduces us to some of the many voices from his book. In this fascinating documentary — learn the stories behind the book in interviews with some of our greatest thinkers. Join Chris as he explores issues of joy & meaning and travels around the globe meeting people from all walks of life and backgrounds who challenge the false stereotypes of atheists as immoral and evil. From Daniel Dennett and A.C. Grayling, to Julia Sweeney and Robert Llewellyn —learn the various ways many atheists have left religion to a better life filled with love, compassion, hope, and wonder.

Join us for a viewing of this film, which will be followed by a Q&A session with the filmmaker. There will be a suggested donation of $5 at the door, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

January 28th
Black Identity and Diverse Faith
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Stonecrest Library Branch
3123 Klondike Rd
Lithonia, GA

Come and learn about the experience of African Americans inside a variety of religious traditions, such as Islam, Buddhism, Ifa, Atheism and Ba’hai on Saturday, January 28 at 2:00 p.m. Representing Black Nonbelievers will be Ronald Murphy, author of “The Everyday Atheist”.

The panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Stephanie Evans, chair of the African American Studies department at Clark Atlanta University. This event is free and open to the public. The number for more information is 770.482.3828.

January 31st
Fifth Tuesday Series on WRFG
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: 89.3 FM/Little Five Points Community Center
1083 Austin Ave NE
Atlanta, GA

Join us for the hour long edition of the Lambda Radio Report on WRFG, where the topic is anything and everything atheism related. BN President Mandisa Thomas will be guest hosting with Charone Pagett, and we welcome you to come to the studio and chat! The show airs from 6-7 pm (EST), and we hang out afterward. If you can’t make it in person, you can listen on 89.3 FM, and online at http://www.wrfg.org via the Listen Now tool.

February 11th
Recovering from Religion – December Meetup
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Starbucks at Barnes and Noble
1939 Mt. Zion Rd.
Morrow, GA 30260

It’s the monthly meetup for the Morrow chapter of Recovering from Religion! We will meet to discuss issues directly related to religious indoctrination, struggles faced, and how to better overcome them.

There is no proselytizing of any kind allowed at these meetings. While BN Inc, is a proud partner and facilitator, by no means is this a tool for recruitment. Any donations incurred as a result of these meetings will go directly toward RR efforts. Also, be sure to join the Meetup group for this chapter.

Thanks so much, and we look forward to seeing you!!!

November 25-29th
BN’s First Annual Conference at Sea!
Location: Carnival Sensation – Port of Miami
1015 N. America Way
Miami, FL

Get ready for our first ever Convention at Sea in 2017! Featuring Mandisa Thomas, Jeremiah Camara, Sikivu Hutchinson, Bridgett Crutchfield, Alix Jules and more!

Prices start at $750 – per person, double occupancy. Includes ship accommodations, and all fees, including for the convention. For more information and to reserve your spot, click this link http://www.mylanderpages.com/conventionatsea/BN-Convention-at-Sea. Let’s get ready to sail the high seas for some fun in the sun with our fellow Nonbelievers!!!

Black Nonbelievers can also be found on Facebook, Twitter (@BNonbelievers) and Meetup.com!

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