What I’ll Be Up to During FtBCon 2


Lousy Cannuck had a great idea. He listed all the events this weekend he will be facilitating (and thus introducing and helping to run behind the scenes), “Okay,” he wrote, “I’ll admit it, I made this post mostly as a to-do list for my own purposes. Why do something that only has one purpose, when it can have two by simply posting it at my blog as well?” Well said. So here is my equivalent.

Of course, the whole weekend I plan on watching as many panels and talks as I can. Like last year, probably with a glass of scotch. That’s how I like to kick back and enjoy stuff. And I’ll be enjoying this! I may occasionally pop into the chatroom so you might see me in there (when it’s during an event I’m facilitating, I’ll be there in an official capacity, to cull the best questions from viewers who will submit their questions there and pass them on to the speakers or panelists).

But in addition to all that, these are the talks and panels I will be introducing or participating in (with their Lanyrd and [G+] links). Remember all times listed on Lanyrd for these events are Central Time (GMT-6).

Friday

Intersectionality and Allies: Exiting the Secular Bubble

(featuring Gordon Maples and Kelley Freeman) [G+]

Saturday

Social Justice and Young Women of Color

(featuring Kim Veal, Raina Rhoades, noa e jones, Georgina Capetillo and Heina Dadabhoy) [G+]

Secular Woman: Trends in 2013

(featuring Kim Rippere and Julia Burke) [G+]

Child’s Play: Camp Quest and the Future of Secularism

(featuring David Diskin) [G+]

Fighting for Freethought in the Philippines (Meet the Filipino Freethinkers)

(featuring Red Tani, Kristine Chan, Kenneth Keng, Marguerite de Leon, Pepe Bawagan, Jojie Tiongco and Pecier Decierdo) [G+]

Sunday

Philosophy for Everyone

(featuring Dan Fincke, Julia Galef, Jess Whittlestone and myself) [G+]

Bible Study (or Taking the Bible Seriously as Fiction: A Read-Along)

(featuring me) [G+]

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