December 20, 2008

Atheists Talk--Lori Lipman Brown

The Establishment Clause is the first item in the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The freedom from state-sponsored religion is the first right granted in the Bill of Rights. But pride of place doesn't mean that this right is simple to maintain. No right is.

Any group that doesn't speak up for its rights will lose them. Lori Lipman Brown will talk to us about how the Secular Coalition for America lobbies "to protect the rights of atheists, humanists, agnostics, freethinkers and other nontheistic Americans." Lori will be interviewed by Steve Petersen, board chair for Minnesota Atheists.For more information on the show and for related links, visit the Atheists Talk website.

Listen to the show tomorrow, December 21, at 9 a.m. Central time on AM 950 KTNF or stream it live (use zip code 55401 if you're from out of state). You can also subscribe to the podcasts on iTunes or through our feed.


Lou FCD said...

Steph, I just have to say one thing that's been irking me since you started at Atheist Talk.

It's your surname. You're pronouncing it wrong, damnit.

It has always been "Zvaaahhhn" in my head, and you have no damned right to change it.

phew, I feel better now. Thanks!

Stephanie Zvan said...

You poor, poor thing. I'll fix that right away.

If that's the only thing I've changed in your head, you're pretty lucky, you know.