The Pittsburgh Freethought Community is a welcoming and caring community for those who share an evidence-based perspective and wish to promote science, reason, and humanist values in the greater Pittsburgh area. Is this you?
Come join us, find your community and become a member today!
Come see PFC Activism Chair and Board Member Alex Jackson speak at the Racial Justice Summit.
Interested in being part of the PFC Planned Parenthood Volunteer team? There are two easy steps. Go to this link - https://doodle.com/poll/ucqkpewqub2uz7r8 - and mark 1.) that you are available for a two hour volunteer training from 10 am to 12 pm on Jan. 25th and 2.) your availability for other Saturday mornings in coming months.
We went to Washington, D.C. for the Women's March
Women from across the country gathered on Jan. 18th 2020 for this year's Women's March in Washington D.C. There were activities and talks on ending violence, reproductive rights, LGBTQ+ rights, environmental justice, and more!
Activism and Social Justice
Public Policy Participation and Political Action
If you're from the Pittsburgh area and passionate about secularism the Public Policy Participation Committee is the place for you! We're currently working on local and state-level issues, along side our national affiliates, and seek to be a respected voice for the secular community. We are a welcoming and accepting committee that mainly focuses on forming public policy to support equal representation and the separation of government from religion. Please see PFC's calendar for our upcoming meetings, visit our page for ways to take action now, and email Marie to join PFC's Public Policy Participation Committee today!
Program and Education
Social and Community
In case you missed it:
Lee McIntyre: The Scientific Attitude
An argument that what makes science distinctive is its emphasis on evidence and scientists' willingness to change theories on the basis of new evidence.
Pittsburgh Freethought Community