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Here is a list of helpful organizations to help you connect to other atheist/secular organizations throughout the country. If you know of any atheist or secular organization that is not listed here (or within meetup) then please contact us so we can promote them here.

Meetup.com is designed to help you connect with other atheists to get together for social, educational, and activist events throughout the United States.  Just enter in your zip code and a search term “atheist”, “secular”, “freethinker”, or “atheism” and a local group will be available.  If there is no group available please contact us and we will send you information about how to get your own group started.

The Secular Student Alliance is dedicated to supporting student organizations for high school and college students. Please go to the SSA website and locate the nearest student organization. If there is not one at your high school or college please contact the Secular Student Alliance and they will help you get started.

 

 Protecting the constitutional principle of the separation of church and state.

The Center for Inquiry (CFI) is dedicated to promoting and defending reason, science and freedom of inquiry in education, and to the enhancement of freethought, skepticism, secularism, humanism, philosophical naturalism, rationalism, and atheism on college and high school campuses throughout North America and around the world. CFI is not just for students. There are many events for activism and education throughout the country for adults as well. Please check out their national organization home page for more information and if you are a student interested in CFI please click here.

 

Since its founding in 1963 American Atheists (AA) has worked to publicize and further atheism, freethought, and secular values. American Atheists is a membership organization standing for the rights and reputations of godless people and working to combat intrusion of sectarian religious ideologies into governance, into education, and into our private lives. American Atheists has representatives across the United States, click the icon on the left to learn more. To get involved or to share an infraction in your area where religion has entered your government please click the icon to the left.

 

RR™ was started by Dr. Darrel Ray, author of The God Virus: How Religion Infects Our Lives and Culture.  RR is an organization dedicated to helping people navigate the path out of religion.  After publishing his book, Darrel found a huge need for some kind of support group to help people deal with the aftermath of leaving their religion.  Such a move often causes problems with family, spouses, children, even employers in some cases.  RR is dedicated to helping people, NOT reindoctrinating them.  We don’t care if someone has a god belief, what we are concerned about is the religion part of it.  To learn more about Dr. Ray and issues around religion, look at his Youtube videos or read his book, The God Virus.

 

 

Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States aimed at the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who hold to a naturalistic, not supernatural world view.  The purpose of Camp Quest is to provide children of freethinking parents a residential summer camp dedicated to improving the human condition through rational inquiry, critical and creative thinking, scientific method, self-respect, ethics, competency, democracy, free speech, and the separation of religion and government.  Through our programs we seek to: Build a community for freethinking families; Foster curiosity, questioning, and critical thinking; Encourage reason and compassion as foundations of an ethical, productive and fulfilling life; Raise awareness of positive contributions made by atheists, agnostics, humanists, freethinkers, and other non-theistic people to our society; Promote an open dialogue about metaphysical questions that is marked by challenging each other’s ideas while at the same time treating each other with respect; Demonstrate atheism and humanism as positive, family-friendly worldviews.

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