From FreeThoughtAction For a Rational America. This billboard was placed on I-95 along the New Jersey turnpike. "The point of the billboard is to let nontheistic people, such as atheists and agnostics, know they’re not alone," explained Roy Speckhardt, executive director of the American Humanist Association.
Quote: "With all the endless God talk from preachers and politicians you might think you're the only nonreligious person in America.
Not true! Tens of millions of your fellow Americans are not religious. In fact, the number of secular Americans has doubled over the past ten years while the number of religious Americans has actually dropped. Nonreligious Americans now outnumber Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons combined."Then there is this one from Freedom From Religion Foundation:
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, which is the nation's largest association of atheists and agnostics, unveiled what is believed to be one of the first nontheistic billboards in Madison, Wisconsin back in October 2007.
As stated at the FreeThought Action site, " Together we can help America evolve into a more rational, less superstitious society."
ADDITION: h/t to vjack at Atheist Revolution for this one . . .
. . . . with a very maddening story attached which demonstrates just what we are up against. While freedom of speech will work in some areas, other areas this freedom is apparently guaranteed only for some, and businesses will go with the lemmings if their profits are threatened.
I am sure down south these billboards might go up in flames. But a lot of people will see them before they are taken down or destroyed by "loving and patriotic" Xians" who have little respect for the par t of the Constitution that guarantees freedom of speech to ALL people. Eventually, they will have to accept the fact that this is a diverse nation of many beliefs, and the fact that there are many of us who have no beliefs and that it doesn't make us any less American.
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