Young Skeptics, the after-school program focused on critical thinking and evidence-based learning, is seeking new leadership in an effort to reinvigorate the organization’s mission, focus, and ultimately its expansion into more schools.
WARNING: A self-described atheist who runs a right-leaning organization is on the hunt for secular 501(c)3 groups who share left-leaning posts and presumably reporting them to the IRS.
Jefferies sat down with the national director for After School Satan and, borrowing his interview style from the Daily Show, made ASSC look like a joke.
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Elementary school kids on the west coast will get a taste of critical thinking today, courtesy of Young Skeptics.
The Satanic Temple’s strategy may have worked for religious monuments and in-school Bible distribution, but it’s not working here.
We see this type of reaction often from supporters of the Good News Club or other promoters of religion in public schools. I have no doubt that most of the kids who attend the Good News Club enjoy it. But that’s not the issue here. Often, the abused aren’t aware they’re being damaged.
I thought I’d post a quick update to let you know what’s coming up on SecularVoices as well as with live appearances & speaking events.
If you or your local secular/skeptic group are interested in starting a chapter in your local school, now is the time to get started.