Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Cafe Inquiry: Freedom of Speech and the Atheist Bus Campaign

Join us on Friday night for a discussion about Freedom of Speech and the Atheist Bus Campaign.
Modeled on the highly popular Cafe Scientifique, Centre for Inquiry presents Cafe Inquiry. Join us for a series of interactive forums exploring contemporary issues in science, reason, philosophy and politics. We bring you 2 or 3 guest experts that open by addressing the issue from a variety of perspectives and responding to moderator questions. Then we open it to the floor for your questions and comments to the panel and each other. This is your chance to interact with a diverse group of people on CFI's broad topics.
I've met some of the people who were involved in the atheist bus campaign. This promises to be a fun evening. If you've never been to an event at the Centre for Inquiry you can get in touch with me. I'll be happy to meet up with you and take you to the location.

1 comment:

  1. I'm busy Friday night but I am curious about the rationale for denying the atheist slogans while publishing religious ones. Maybe somebody might be offended? I wonder if the cure is for a campaign to complain to the "host" company and the advertiser every time we see a religiously themed advert?