From embarking on joint missions with eminent personalities and handing out awards to receiving media coverage and calling for boycotts — the Freedom From Religion Foundation gets an amazing amount accomplished in a single week. We’re launching a venture with Ann Druyan, who is, of course, the co-creator along with her husband Carl Sagan of […]
We were supremely focused this week on the highest court in the land. We drafted and filed a friend-of-the-court brief before the U.S. Supreme Court against Mississippi’s religion-infused attempt to severely curtail abortion rights. We put forth a well-reasoned argument as to why Mississippi’s lawsuit to effectively overturn Roe v. Wade will require courts to […]
The Freedom From Religion Foundation used the occasion of Independence Day to celebrate both the country’s freedom and its freedom, officially, from religion. Folks noticed.
Within the ambit of state/church separation, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation deal with an astonishingly broad spectrum.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation will admit it: We’re thrilled when we see the freethought perspective in the media — and there were a number of such instances this week.
Theocratic rebuttals, secular displays, a full-page New York Times ad, an essay contest, and member mobilization — a regular week for us here at FFRF.
What a fortnight! FFRF has been focused on our annual convention but we were able to accomplish a whole lot else, too, in the last two weeks.
After our recent foray into Capitol Hill, the Freedom From Religion Foundation got back to the basics this week: tackling regional issues around the nation and obtaining ample media attention in the process.
From our hometown to Capitol Hill to Iceland, we at the Freedom From Religion Foundation are making sure that the secular perspective gets heard everywhere.