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Day of Solidarity For Black Non-Believers

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Please join us Sunday, January 8, 2012 @ 1PM CST as we discuss the Day of Solidarity For Black Non-Believers.


Donald Wright, author of The Only Prayer I'll Ever Pray: Let My People Go, and Mark Hatcher, Secular Students of Howard University (SSHU), will be our special guests to discuss the Day of Solidarity for Black Non-Believers.


Day of Solidarity For Black Non-Believers -

Sunday, February 26, 2012.


An annual gathering in each city in the United States to promote solidarity amongst blacks in America that choose not to participate or adhere to a lifestyle influenced by religious dogma and irrationality. The gathering will serve to encourage fellowship, a humanistic outlook to assist in eliminating all types of human oppression and exploitation, and preservation of the environment. The gathering will take place each year on the 4th Sunday in February, Black History Month, and will continue until religion is no longer a dominant voice of American consciousness, especially in the black community.


You can speak with our guests by dialing (310) 982-4273 and pressing 1.