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Apr 03 2013

American Atheists Convention 2013 recap: Sunday evening

2013-03-31 17.14.14

Wrapping this up at last…. After lunch on Sunday, Lynnea and I returned to hear David Tamayo speak about promoting atheism among the Hispanic community. Hispanics are natural atheist allies, says David, but it’s tough to promote minority communities leaving religious infrastructures. Tamayo suggested that confronting women’s issues more is a key to unlocking this …

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Nov 06 2012

Open thread on TAE 786 / GB 2.23

This week on ACA media: Jen and Jeff together on TV for the first time! New Godless Bitches! For you Non-Prophets fans, unfortunately I should report that we grudgingly acknowledged at the board meeting this week that NPR is dead for the time being.  The hiatus may not be permanent, but we’re not going to …

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Jun 04 2012

Open thread on AETV 763/764; NPR 11.6; GB 2.13

Sorry for the lack of open threads lately.. Atheist Experience episodes had Matt and Jeff; and Matt and Jerry DeWitt visiting, respectively. There was one or perhaps three Godless Bitches episodes since the last open thread. We did a seemingly successful experiment streaming a Non-Prophets episode over Google Hangouts.  The audio podcast isn’t posted as …

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Jan 30 2012

Open thread on AE #746 / GB 2.3

This week in ACA media: Matt and Russell talk about truth, postmodernism, and journalism, and also get to explain evolution to a creationist. Beth, Jen, Lynnea, and Tracie talk about Cosmo, porn, and purity bears.  They also have their lives threatened by a fire that misses Dillahunty studios, because God has lousy aim.

Jan 23 2012

Open thread on AE #745 / NPR 11.2 / GB 2.2

Would you believe… two weeks in a row with all new episodes of every show?? THIS WEEK!  On ACA media! Matt and Tracie get to take a lot of theist callers for a change.  Lucky! Matt and Shilling talk to Jacob Kramer about the National Atheist Party! Beth, Jen, Lynnea, and Tracie talk about rape-justifying language, abuse …

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