Just a little reminder that we will have the current AHA President and leader in the Secular and Humanist movement speaking at Fort Bragg this Saturday at noon. Address details are below. Lets get the word out and show Mr. Niose the strength of the secular movement in our local community. The Watters Center is an awesome facility to welcome a speaker and hear him discuss his book. His time with us will be limited as this will be the second of three engagements within 24 hours between the Triangle area and Wilmington. If time permits we will see if we can talk Mr. Niose into joining us for lunch after the event.
Come on out and support the speaker series!
David Niose’s background includes experience in law and mass communication. Having practiced law in Massachusetts since 1990, Niose has also worked in print and broadcast media, taught both history and law, and written extensively on a wide array of issues. Upon joining the AHA board in 2005, Niose initiated and helped develop the AHA’s media campaign. Niose has appeared in national media and spoken to groups around the country, emphasizing the importance of utilizing mass media to inject humanist ideas into the public dialogue, improve the public image of humanists, and sway public opinion away from the religious right. As an attorney, Niose has advocated for church/state separation and the rights of humanists and other nontheists, and he is currently involved in implementing a legal strategy to enforce the rights of humanists and other nontheists via the avenue of equal protection law. He has worked with the Secular Coalition for America in various positions to help advocate for the rights of Secular Americans, and has served on the boards of Greater Worcester Humanists and Greater Boston Humanists.Saturday, September 22nd @ 12pm Watters Family Life Center Building #1-3358 Corner of Knox and Randolph Streets Ft Bragg, North Carolina