Freethought Today newspaper is put out 10 times a year by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. It is the only freethought newspaper in North America.
The National Day of Reason is held each May as a counterpoint to the National Day of Prayer.
Freethought Day commemorates an Oct. 12, 1692, evidentiary decision by William Phipps, governor of the Colony of Massachusetts, that ended the Salem witch trials. An outdoor observance marking the anniversary is held each year in Sacramento, Calif.
The African American Ministers in Action is a leadership program under People for the American Way. This program works to create justice and peace for struggling communities in the U.S. to create freedom and opportunity for all.
Bitterlemons is an online roundtable, a publication on the Middle East put out by Palestinian sociologist Ghassan Khatib and Yossi Alpher, a consultant on Israeli-related strategic issues.
A guide to anonymous blogging in particularly oppressed countries, in Arabic, Farsi, English and Mandarin.
The South Asian Journalists Association posts links to Hindu community leaders across the United States and provides resources on legal issues, immigration and hate crimes as they relate to South Asians, including Hindus.
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life offers resources for covering the UDV case.
Read the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the 1990 peyote case, Employment Division, Oregon Department of Human Resources v. Smith 494 U.S. 872.