I am currently a student attending a high school on the coast of California and have been thinking of starting an atheist/freethinker club at my school. I'm not anticipating any legitimate opposition to me actually trying to begin a club, but I am quite at a loss when it comes to what kind of activities a high school atheism club would participate in. One idea I have is creating a type of archived Q&A website for theists (or other atheists) at the school in order to both promote an awareness for what atheism is/is not and educate students in regards to the fallacies of mainstream religion.
...but in case this idea fails to gather momentum and attention, does anyone else have ideas for what a freethinker club at a high school can do?
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