Growing African American Inclusion in Atheism March 23, 2013

Growing African American Inclusion in Atheism

Alix Jules is one of those atheists whose resume of leadership positions is long. He’s the director of the Fellowship of Freethought in Dallas, Chair of the Dallas–Fort Worth Coalition of Reason Diversity Council, and President of the Black Nonbelievers of Dallas.

At a recent gathering for Houston Oasis, Jules spoke about “religion in the black community and the history of black freethinkers in the secular movement.” Incredibly important topic and he’s an ideal person to deliver a talk on it:

I haven’t been able to listen to the entire thing, so please leave any notable timestamps/summaries in the comments.

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