FtBConscience 3 online conference
I gave opening remarks.
Creating Change Conference hosted by the National LGBTQ Task Force
February 4–8 in Denver, CO
I tabled for CFI and helped present two workshops: Atheism 101, and Coming Out Twice.
February 11 in Cedar Falls, IA
I gave a presentation titled “Atheism Beyond America: Fighting Superstition and Religious Extremism in Africa and India.”
Freethought Festival 4 hosted by the Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics at the University of Wisconsin – Madison
March 13–15 in Madison, WI
I presented “The Science of Change: Evidence-Based Methods for Effective Activism” and tabled for CFI.
April 2–5 in Memphis, TN
I tabled for the Center for Inquiry.
Reason for Change, a conference of the Center for Inquiry
June 11–14 in Amherst, NY
I was co-moderator of a panel titled “The Humanist Movement and Social Justice Issues.” I also gave tours of the Center for Inquiry campus before and after the conference.
July 3–5 in Philadelphia, PA
I attended several events celebrating the Annual Reminders and other notable milestones in LGBT civil rights history.
CFI Leadership Conference: “Moving Freethought Forward”
July 31–August 2 in Amherst, NY
CFI’s Outreach Department organizes this annual event for student and branch leaders.
August 13–16 in Schwenksville, PA
This was my 16th year attending.
August 21–23 in Minneapolis, MN
I gave opening remarks and participated on two panels: “Taking Over from the Old Guard,” and “Getting Your Message Across in Spite of a Hostile Press.”
SkepDakota hosted by the Siouxland Freethinkers
August 29 in Sioux Falls, SD
I led a workshop on diversity in the freethought movement.
Institute for Humanist Studies Symposium: “Humanism on Race, Gender, and Class”
November 13–15 at Rice University in Houston, TX
I delivered a paper titled “Humanism is People: Examining Problems Within the Humanist Movement and Humanist Communities.”