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Articles for South Alabama’s Secular Student Alliance

On September 5, 2014, the University of South Alabama’s Secular Student Alliance will be holding a meeting on religion in public schools. The topics of discussion will include the history of religion in public schools, students’ rights, teachers’ rights, and school vouchers. I am currently working on two articles titled “Religion in Public Schools: A…
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My story in Americans United’s magazine Church & State

In September 2014, Americans United for Separation of Church and State‘s magazine Church & State published an article about me in the “People & Events” section. The article talks about my testimony before the Mobile County Commission against a resolution to display “In God We Trust” in Mobile Government Plaza and the public backlash I…
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Jamila Bey’s opinion editorial in the Anniston Star

On August 31, 2014, Alabama newspaper Anniston Star published an opinion editorial titled “Insight: Alabama’s Quest for Equality” written by Jamila Bey, the Director of Communications at the Secular Student Alliance. Ms. Bey writes about how the public backlash I faced for my testimony before the Mobile County Commission is a part of a larger…
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Article in the American Humanist Association’s magazine The Humanist

On August 28, 2014, American Humanist Association‘s magazine The Humanist published an article I wrote about my testimony before the Mobile County Commission against a resolution to display “In God We Trust” in Mobile Government Plaza. I wrote about the public backlash I faced and how some of it came from people who held positions…
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Plans to challenge the Mobile City Ordinance regarding public demonstrations

Recently I attended an anti police brutality rally hosted by the Mobile Bay Socialist Alternative outside of the Mobile Police Museum at Cathedral Square in downtown Mobile. Our rally was in response to the Ferguson Police Officer who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown and the Ferguson Police Department’s abusive treatment of peaceful protests by tear…
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