The Humanist Focus Group of Spokane will hear from the president of the American Humanist Association, David Niose, at its upcoming banquet.
Niose, an attorney and author of "Nonbeliever Nation," has advocated for church/state separation and the rights of humanists and other nontheists, according to a press release. 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 appeared on national television and radio and numerous local media outlets around the country speaking on subjects pertaining to humanism and freethought.
He will speak in Spokane at the Mukogawa fort Wright Institute on Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Reservations will continue through Nov. 12. Tickets include a buffet dinner and are $40.
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