The Humanists of RI and The Secular Coalition for RI are pleased to announce that on April 30, 2013 Governor Lincoln D. Chafee issued a State of Rhode Island Gubernatoral Proclamation officially declaring May 2, 2013 the Day of Reason in Rhode Island.
Read AHA Executive Director Roy Speckhardt’s Huffington Post piece on the National Day of Reason as an alternative to the government-sanctioned National Day of Prayer.
On May 2, 2013, humanists and other freethinkers opposed the “National Day of Prayer” by celebrating reason! Learn more about the National Day of Reason and how can you can participate next year on May 1, 2014.
Rep. Michael Honda (D-CA) and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) are offering encouragement to those taking part in National Day of Reason events on May 2nd. Click through to learn more.
Charlotte Mayor & President Obama’s current nominee for Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has issued his second National Day of Reason proclamation. Click through to read more.
The Dunedin City Council in Florida issued a proclamation for the National Day of Reason. Click through to watch City Commissioner Ron Barnette read the proclamation.
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