Affiliations

American Atheists

For generations, Americans have been indoctrinated into believing that we enjoy only freedom of religion; that is, we are free to choose which religion we care to profess as long as we choose one. We are presented with a bewildering array of belief systems and told, in effect, to "pick a card, any card," but we may not decline to play the game. American Atheists takes the position that you have the right to say "none of the above" when faced with the ever-growing list of sects in our denomination-glutted religious system. You have the right to question and challenge the claims of religious leaders and organizations. You have the right to investigate and reject the tenets of religious belief. We also think that it is your right to be free from the burden of financially supporting religion in general, and any sect in particular.

Finally, you have the right to hear the Atheist viewpoint when religious opinions are voiced in the public square.

American Humanist Association

Strategically located in Washington, DC, the AHA actively educates the public about Humanism, brings Humanists together for mutual support and action, defends the civil liberties and constitutional freedoms of Humanists - indeed of all peoples - and leads both local and national Humanist organizations toward progressive societal change. Through a strong network of over 100 grassroots organizations, appearances in national media, an advanced Internet presence, regular public appearances, and a broad spectrum of publications, the AHA is the voice of humanism.

Atheist Alliance International

Atheist Alliance International is an organization of independent religion-free groups and individuals in the United States and around the world. Our primary goals are to help democratic, atheistic societies become established and grow and to work in coalition with like-minded groups to advance rational thinking through educational processes. All income goes to public outreach projects and helping member groups increase their membership and effectiveness. We have no paid staff. Our members run the Alliance, make all the decisions, and do all the work.

The Alliance sponsors annual conventions, publishes Secular Nation magazine and The Freethought Directory, maintains a web site that hosts member societies' web sites free of charge, and has a national distribution network for atheist videotapes on public access TV. To sponsor these programs in your community, contact Atheist TV Outreach Project Director Marie Alena Castle.

Austin Coalition of Reason

The Coalition of Reason (CoR) is a national organization that works to raise the visibility of local groups in the community of reason. The Austin Coalition of Reason (AustinCoR) is collection of non-dogmatic rationalist and freethinker groups in the greater Austin area.

Council for Secular Humanism

The Council for Secular Humanism cultivates rational inquiry, ethical values, and human development through the advancement of secular humanism. To carry out its mission the Council for Secular Humanism sponsors publications, programs, and organizes meetings and other group activities. The Council's specific objectives are: To promote secular humanist principles to the public, media, and policy-makers To provide secular humanist activities and communities to serve the needs of nonreligious people and foster human enrichment To demonstrate the viability of the secular humanist eupraxophy as an alternative naturalistic life-stance To engage in research relating to the critical examination of religious and supernatural claims and the humanist outlook To conduct educational programs for all age levels

Atheist Community of Austin

The Atheist Community of Austin is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting positive atheism and the separation of church and state. The ACA serves the local Austin community through outreach programs, providing informational resources and various volunteer activities. In addition, the ACA serves the community-at-large through free online portals including informational wikis, regular audio/video podcasts and interactive blogs.

We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism.

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