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NYC Atheists Bus Campaign


You asked for it. You anticipated it. You waited for it! This month, some two dozen buses will roll through Manhattan, debuting our 12-foot long, three foot high message, "You don’t have to believe in god to be a moral or ethical person". Look for the signs the first day our buses maneuver through the city in late June. Take a photo of yourself standing beside our bus poster at a bus stop and we'll run it in our newsletter.


Please donate towards our next NYC Atheist Bus Campaign
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HOW TO TEACH FREE THINKING TO A KINDERGARTEN STUDENT - NYC ATHEISTS BRUNCH / SPEAKER : 12 NOON

Date & Time: Apr 12 2015 - 12:00pm
Location: The Press Box Restaurant - 932 Second Avenue (bet. 49th & 50th Sts.) - 2nd Floor
Speaker: SPEAKER: CECILLA SCOTT-CROFF - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER Cecilia Scott-Croff is an experienced administrator, teacher, staff developer and advocate for families. She has been in the Early Childhood field for more than twenty years. Cecilia is zealous in her approach to supporting young children and their Families. She has two Master’s degrees; one with a concentration in Early Childhood Education and the other in Administration and Supervision.
Subject: HOW TO TEACH FREE THINKING TO A KINDERGARTEN STUDENT This is done by; forming healthy attachment to adults, developing a positive self image, development of the 'whole child' and supporting the idea of continuous growth through an enriched curriculum.

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Cost: BRUNCH is $20, which includes a selection of Buffet Entrees, salad, one soft drink, coffee, tax and tip.

NYC ATHEISTS FILM CLUB: 6:00 PM - HAPPY HOUR 6:30 PM - FILM DISCUSSION

Date & Time: Apr 17 2015 - 6:00pm
Location: STONE CREEK BAR & PUB 140 East 27th St. (3rd/Lex) -Back Room
Host: DAVID ORENSTEIN, Ph.D • Medgar Evers College: Chief Librarian of the Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library. • Orenstein and Linda Blaike's book, "Godless Grace: How Non-Believers Make the Word Safer, Richer and Kinder" is being published by the Humanist Press and will be in bookstores and online late spring of 2015.
Subject: FILM: “VIRUNGA” This is the award-winning film about the guards who are working in Virunga National Park (Congo) to save gorillas from being wiped out by poachers. Here is a link to the film’s website: http://virungamovie.com/ This should spark some really good discussion about our commitment to not only human rights as atheists by as rationally being aware and helping the support the conservation efforts of these magnificent gorillas, and by extension all species.

Cost: FREE, but we ask you to purchase food/drink tocompensate Stone Creek.Their knoshies & beer are better than in most bars.

NYC ATHEISTS - APRIL 21ST (TUESDAY) DISCUSSION MEETUP - 7:00PM

Date & Time: Apr 21 2015 - 7:00pm
Location: Stone Creek -140 East 27th St. (3rd/Lex) - REAR ROOM
Host: MICHAEL DORIAN
Subject: MICHAEL ALWAYS COMES UP WITH A GREAT TOPIC

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Cost: Free, but participants are expected to purchase drink or food to compensate Stone Creek for their space.
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