Humanist Network News Podcast #41: Crossing the Streams
[August 26, 2009]

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In this month's audio podcast, Humanist Network News airs its final installment from the American Humanist Association's 68th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Hear from Norma Ramos, the co-executive director of the Coalition Against Trafficking of Women, as she discusses the perils women face in the sex industry; the Rev. Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State as he discusses the role that religious believers and humanists can play in defending separation of religion and government; Hillary Matfes, a high school activist that's leading the way with the Secular Principles Pinky Swear and from 2009 Humanist of the Year PZ Myers, as he discusses what happened to him as a child that tore down the wall between his religious beliefs and his love for science.

Links from this month's episode:
PZ Myers' Blog, Pharyngula:
Secular Pinky Swear:
Norma Ramos' Organization, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women:
Rev. Barry Lynn's Organization, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State:
Rev. Barry Lynn's Radio Show, Culture Shocks:

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Music from this month's episode:
"She Says" by SIRSY

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