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Pittsburgh Freethought Community website has a new address!!

Don't be concerned that you now see a different address in the address bar of your browser - we've changed it to make it easier to remember, type, and share (so please share it!!)

Our new address is https://www.pghfreethought.org

(and don't forget about the forums!)

Dan Barker: Mere Morality

Tuesday, April 23rd

This month's guest speaker should need no introduction - Dan Barker, Co-President of FFRF is coming to talk about his newest book, "Mere Morality". Always an entertaining speaker, you will not go away disappointed. Dan will undoubtedly have copies of his book available for signing, as well as copies of some of his other books. 

More info and RSVP here.

Last month's PFC Lecture Series Lecture:

Fear of a Black Atheist: How Religion Has Crippled the Black Community

Pittsburgh Freethought Community, in association with Carnegie Melon Humanist League, is proud to announce Mandisa Thomas.

If you missed the lecture, or were late, you can view it at our 

YouTube channel.

Welcome to the Pittsburgh Freethought Community (PFC)! "Promoting science, reason, and humanist values in the greater Pittsburgh area"

If you are looking to become part of a community of fascinating people who share secular and critical-thinking worldview and values, if you want to meet some like-minded friends--people who think outside the box when it comes to life--we are your group.

Our MISSION is threefold:

• To be a welcoming and caring community for all those who share a humanist worldview and an evidence-based perspective;

• To provide a strong and respected public voice for the secular humanist community in shaping public debate and formulating public policy;

• To promote science, reason, critical thinking, and humanist values in the greater Pittsburgh area.

Over 2800 *Yinzers participate in the PFC! 

*Yinzer is a 20th century term playing on the Pittsburgh, PA second-person plural vernacular "yinz." The word is used among those who identify with the city of Pittsburgh and its traditions.

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