Religious and conservative organizations have a history of organizing to accomplish shared aims. It’s time to share the secret that atheists are now doing the same.
On Saturday I hosted our eleventh anniversary meeting of the top leaders from national nontheist organizations. This year’s Secular Leaders Summit saw thirty organizations represented at the event held in Houston, Texas. From innovative start-ups like the Ex-Muslims of North America to the few groups now with multi-million dollar budgets, it’s clear that our movement is coming into its own, even if we’re still dwarfed by the wealth and power of our ultra-conservative opponents.