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Vouchers!

Sunday, September 24 at 2 PM - 3:30 PM
Ramsey County Library - Roseville, 2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville, MN

Not on my dime: how school vouchers fund religion and harm public education, by Patrick Elliott, Senior Counsel, Freedom From Religion Foundation

School voucher proponents have pushed legislation to fund private schools with public money in many states across the U.S., including in Minnesota. President Trump has proposed creating a $20 billion federal voucher program. What can you expect if school vouchers continue to expand?

Patrick Elliott will discuss the harmful impact of vouchers and what we can do to stop their rapid expansion. Voucher schemes harm public education and overwhelming fund religious schools, violating the separation between church and state.

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AtheistsMeetUpPage1 Would you like to meet fellow atheists and make some new friends? We'd love to meet you!

You can stay up to date on our many charitable, networking, educational or just good old godless fun events at Minnesota Atheists Meetup.

You'll see we enjoy bowling, pizza parties, gaming, book clubs, cooking, educational seminars and donating our time for charities! Choose an event, let us know you're attending, then come and make some new friends.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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The so-called “War on Christmas” began a few years ago when Bill O’Reilly of Fox News complained that some retail stores were instructing their employees to greet customers with “happy holidays” rather than “merry Christmas.” The perception of victimhood and persecution by Christians, some of whom insist that America should be declared a “Christian nation,” has been for atheists a topic of amusement ever since, even though a couple of years ago O’Reilly declared victory in the war.
Rather than cultural insurrection, it seems to me that one’s choice of seasonal greeting is a simple question of courtesy.

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Minneapolis with RainbowMany of you know we're very active on Twitter, @mnatheists, but did you know we've started an instagram account? We've put a lot of work into making our account unique and interesting. It's not just another stream of atheist memes. Instead, you'll see a lot of local photography and original commentary on all kinds of topics relating to atheism.

Check it out. We're pretty sure you'll like it. When you are there why not go back and check out some of our earliest posts? Give us a few likes if you enjoy what you see.

Thanks for following us!

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Just over a month ago, the world changed drastically for a lot of us. Or at least, the way we were able to think about it changed. For people of color, for immigrants, for people who can get pregnant, for LGBTQ people, a Trump administration will look very, very different than a Clinton administration. Coming to grips with that isn't easy. Many of us aren't entirely there yet.

Greta Christina, author of several books including Why Are You Atheists So Angry?, Coming Out Atheist, and most recently, The Way of the Heathen, spoke at Skepticon last month about this new world in which we find ourselves. We invited her to join us this Sunday to continue the conversation.

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