WASHINGTON (RNS) Many returned to the National Mall four years after the first Reason Rally for what was billed as a “voter bloc party.”
(RNS) A glass-half-full assessment of the secular movement shows a level of progress and momentum that promises to make it harder for politicians to disregard, writes Tom Krattenmaker.
(RNS) The rally's main goal is to show that nonbelievers have the numbers, the clout and the organizational skills to be a voting bloc worth courting.
(RNS) Depp, who once said "religion is not my specialty," is one of the scheduled speakers at the Reason Rally, a project of seven national atheist, humanist and other secularist organizations.
WASHINGTON (RNS) One of the biggest growth areas in political activism around religion is coming from an unlikely source: the nonreligious. And it's happening far from the marbled corridors of power in the nation's capital. Kimberly Winston tells why.
(RNS) Thousands of nonbelievers will gather this Saturday (March 24) on the National Mall for the "Reason Rally," a daylong event to "unify, energize and embolden secular people nationwide." By Kimberly Winston.