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The Facebook group administrator AG3 of Black FreeThought (FreeThinkers) brings the group alive with a talk show. AG3 will discuss on this pre show before the real show's true premier in 2014 his 11 year AM radio career in Mississippi, make group announcements, talk about becoming an Atheist and Freethinker. Mixed with some music,PSA's and just dusting off the old radio DJ. cobwebs since he hasn't been in radio since 2001. Hopefully he hasn't lost his radio edge so come join us for this pre show.
Feature Songs from
Erykah Badu with The Roots
Today's Announcements links:
Dr. Hutchinson's WLP link: http://startsomegood.com/Venture/womens_leadership_project/Campaigns/Show/empowering_girls_of_color_in_south_los_angeles
Riana Rhodes Fund: http://www.gofundme.com/4kpl24
Tonights Topic: Are the so called Black Channels like BET, TVone, CentricTv, and can't forget Bounce TV the first African American own network truly catering to the needs of the African/Black American community? Let'
Freethinkers reject authority and dogma, especially in religion. Freethinkers form their own conclusions, based on reason and logic, not group think. And that’s one of the beauties of Deism, a form of theistic freethought: Deists are not expected to uniformly believe the same things.An example of this involves morality, where the World Union of Deists' Jayson and Tim hold two different views.As Jayson explained last month, he believes that Utilitarianism (the ethical theory that every voluntary human action should attempt to achieve the greatest amount of happiness for the greatest amount of creatures, especially humans) is the best ethical theory. But his co-host Tim Wingate disagrees, arguing that Utilitarianism or its variations has historically brought paternalistic, hierarchical, and authoritarian efforts -- sometimes violent -- to achieve the greatest good for all. For Tim, examples provided in Nature should provide the foundation for ethical theory and morality.Do both moralistic views lead to the same result? Is one better than another, or do you have something else in mind? Find out what both freethinking Deists have to say on this subject, and feel free to call in with your opinions or questions.For more information, please visit the sponsor page at GodDiscussion.net.The God Gave Us Reason, Not Religion podcast is a service of The World Union of Deists, a global network and educational outreach for Deism.
Please join us Sunday, June 10, 2012 @ 10AM PST/12PM CST/1PM EST as we discuss the freethought community and our roles in the community. What is freethought? What is atheism? What is humanism? Why do I care and why you should care... Where do we go from here? What roles, if any, should we play in our respective communities? Is it in our best interest to work alongside the religious community? Let's talk. (310) 982-4273
Please join Vida and Tierra as we discuss intersectionality in the freethought community..
The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
I don't think I want a topic for this show. I want to get a few random things off my chest. Like the exclusion of atheists from the interfaith ceremony after th Boston bombings. And some abstinance only sex windbag and the teenage hero who has the guts to stand up against it.
So this show is all random ramblings from your host.
Which pretty much makes it the same as every other show.
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Please join us Sunday as we continue our discussion on intersectionality in the freetought community.
Now that the Supreme Court has rendered a few key decisions, how can the freethought community work together to ensure human rights for all?
Will the white, liberal, progressive freethinkers/atheist community acknowledge the injustice of Voting Rights Act decision? Has any large organization made a significant statement regarding VRA? Will any of the larger organizations work with minority groups to organize and reach out to the communities impacted by this decision (ALL communities)? Are we really working toward being inclusive or is it a ruse?
You can join in the conversation by dialing 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the host.
This is the last of the 3 part series of Freethought conversation with Sawchosiz.
We kick it off with Redneck Jesus and the NRA telling folks to store guns in the kids rooms.
My dude Rick Perry (Ricky P) is comparing abolishing the x-tian slave trad to keeping lgbt folks out of the boyscouts.
Sawchosiz and I talk a little about our old songs we did around 2000-2002 when we said a lot of homophobic and transphobic things in our songs and even talkin about murdering ifantile humans in our skits.
It's candid and casual folks.
The honesty in our conversation inspired me to share an old song from mid 2004 I did called "It's Real"
Where I talk insane violence... capitalism... slut shaming... fat shaming... I even make fun of a TLC member that died in the song, but I'm still willing to share it.
You can hear that song at the end.
Please join us as we welcome Dr. Chris Cameron as we discuss African American freethought history.
Christopher Cameron is an Assistant Professor of Colonial/Revolutionary American History at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Christopher's research and teaching interests include early American history, the history of slavery and abolition, and American religious and intellectual history. Cameron’s first book, entitled "To Plead Our Own Cause: African Americans in Massachusetts and the Making of the Antislavery Movement," has been accepted for publication by Kent State University Press, and he is currently working on two monographs: one exploring liberal theology in early America, and the other examining African American freethinkers from the 19 century to the present.
Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
Pastor Dan Nichols of Restored Church and atheist activist Justin Vacula of the NEPA Freethought Society will meet for a friendly two hour open-to-the-public discussion concerning religious faith and atheism on Sunday November 3, 2013 in the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Downtown Arts building located at 47 North Franklin Street. The discussion begins at 7:00PM Eastern Time. Doors open at 6:30PM. Nichols and Vacula will share their personal stories, explain their perspectives pertaining to religious belief, and engage in respectful critical discussion. Audience members will be invited to present questions to both participants following the discussion. The event will be streamed live online and later archived here. Dan is a follower of Jesus who has preached to thousands of people across America since becoming a traveling Christian speaker in March 2010. He was officially ordained in September 2011. Dan is currently finishing two master's degrees from Baptist Bible Graduate School and Baptist Bible Seminary located in Clarks Summit, PA. He is now a full-time church planter whose first church plant Restored Church recently launched in September 2013 in Downtown Wilkes-Barre. Dan recently married his best friend Joy and they live in South Wilkes-Barre. Justin Vacula is a public speaker, debater, atheist activist, and an activist for the separation of religion and government who hosts the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast and Brave Hero Radio. He has participated in previous formal debates and has spoken at various conferences and events. Vacula received bachelor’s degrees in Philosophy and Psychology and the distinguished W.A. Kilburn Memorial Award for Philosophy from King’s College. He is currently enrolled in Marywood University’s graduate-level Mental Health Counseling program.
Justin Vacula is a public speaker, debater, and activist for the separation of religion and government. Vacula has appeared on various radio shows, local television networks, and podcasts, participated in formal debates, and was a special guest speaker for a college-level philosophy course at an evangelical Christian college. He is currently enrolled in Marywood University’s graduate-level Mental Health Counseling program and works for a non-profit organization as a Program Assistant with adult students who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Vacula hosts a radio postcast called Brave Hero. In his podcast, the activist engages in skeptical discussions with secular thinkers on a variety of topics related to atheism and freedom of thought. The show welcomes in callers and airs weekly. Justin also holds leadership roles as the co-organizer, spokesperson, and a board member of the NEPA Freethought Society - a social, educational, activist, and philosophical group of freethinkers in Northeastern Pennsylvania. You can also find Justin Vacula on Twitter.
Tune in Sunday, October 27th, at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific, as Sean Prophet and Dave Phillips interview activist, debater, and speaker Justin Vacula.
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