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Secular Humanist Society of New York

Humanism is the philosophy of life guided by reason and science, freed from religious and secular dogmas, motivated by an appreciation of life and the lives of others, seeking to reach goals of human happiness, freedom and understanding on this earth, in this life.

SHSNY is an Affiliated Local Group of the Council for Secular Humanism and the Atheist Alliance International, and are a Charter Chapter of the American Humanist Association.


6th Annual SHSNY Day of Reason Brunch

Sunday, May 4th, 12 Noon, at historic Pete's Tavern 129 East 18 Street (at Irving Place)
Brunch, Presentation & Discussion
with guest speaker Liz Heywood
Religious Overdose: My Survival of Childhood Medical Neglect

Liz Heywood grew up in Christian Science and at age 13 was prayed over rather than medically treated for a bone disease. As an adult she ended years of pain by having a leg amputated, and has since become a leading advocate for child victims of religious abuse.

Don't miss her gripping story, and join 40 or more of your fellow freethinkers for one of SHSNY's best annual get-togethers.

Brunch is $25, all in. Save 20% ($5) by reserving now.

Use your credit card or paypal to prepay.
Or mail your check, made out to "SHSNY", to:
SHSNY, PO Box 7661, FDR Station, New York, NY 10150-7661.
Questions? Call (646) 922-7389, and leave a call-back number.

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