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Conference Schedule Online!
The general programming for SSA's 2014 Annual Conference is now online. If you want to take a sneak peak at what will transpire this summer visit our West and East conference schedule pages. We will announce speakers, specific workshop and track information shortly so keep an eye out on those developments.
Ask An Atheist Day 2014
The spring break season is starting now but by the time it is over for most schools Ask an Atheist Day will be right around the corner! The day is intended to be an opportunity for the general public to approach nontheists and ask questions about secular life. This year, Ask an Atheist Day falls on April 17th so start thinking about reserving time for it now. You can learn more about the day on our website.
Freedom From Religion Foundation Scholarships
Every year, the Freedom From Religion Foundation offers thousands of dollars to students through their three scholarship essay contests. You can read how they gave away over $33,000 in scholarships in 2013. The contests are for students in high school, college and graduate level or age 25-30. Each have their own essay topic and offer prizes of up to $3,000. Learn more about the contest, check out previous winners, and get submission details at the FFRF website.
Don't wait for this opportunity to pass by, submit an essay for your scholarship now! The first deadline is June 1st 2014.
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Mary Johnson is a passionate advocate for civil discourse about life's big questions. In youthful passion, attempting to respond to what she believed at the time to be God's call, she joined Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity at age 19. She lived as a nun for twenty years in Rome, the South Bronx, Washington DC, and Winnipeg, often living with Mother Teresa for weeks at a time. For more details about her nun years, An Unquenchable Thirst makes a great read (with more sex and political intrigue than most would expect in a book about a woman who has been a nun).Learn More