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Subject: Join Us - Speakers Series This Fall


All are invited to join us for our Fall Webinars. 
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Please join us for our monthly webinar series!

Register for one or all of our upcoming webinars this fall.   Everyone is invited to participate. 
 

Street Epistemology One
Starting with the Basics


September 14
Anthony Magnabosco shares what Street Epistemology is, why people might find it useful, and get a rough understanding of how a decent exercise might go. 
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Street Epistemology Two
Advancing The Practice


September 21
Anthony Magnabosco works with participants to critique a Street Epistemology example, identify interesting ethical challenges that come up.  
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Combatting Christian Attacks on Trans Existence


October 12
A panel discussion on the strategies conservative Christian organizations have used to target gay and lesbian people and now trans people, current legislation targeting trans people, discrimination against trans people based on religious beliefs, and what secular people can do.  With Chrissy Stroop from Empty the Pews, Alison Gill from American Atheists, and Rodrigo Heng-Lehtinen from the National Center for Transgender Equality.
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A Progressive Vision for Religious Liberty


November 9
Liz Reiner Platt will discuss the progressive vision for religious liberty rights formulated by legal scholars and theologians in a report titled “All Faiths and None: A Guide to Protecting Religious Liberty for Everyone.” The report posits that policymakers have lost sight of the meaning and purpose of the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious freedom, and offers guidance on what must be done to protect free exercise rights for all, not merely a favored few. Its recommendations are organized around a set of guiding principles: religious liberty must be neutral; noncoercive; nondiscriminatory; not absolute; democratic; and pluralistic. 
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Please join us in empowering students who hold secular values to grow and connect with other like-minded students. Together, we prepare these students to be leaders in their communities promoting the separation of religion and government, as well as working towards the creation of policies and laws that are based in reason, compassion, civility, and equity for all.
 
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