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November 12 in freethought history…

November 12, 1815 – Suffragist, feminist, abolitionist and social reformer Elizabeth Cady Stanton is born Elizabeth Cady in Johnstown, New York.  Among her many works was The Woman’s Bible, a feminist commentary on scripture, written in collaboration with several other feminist … Continue reading

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October 26 in freethought history…

October 26, 1880 – The town of Liberal, Missouri was founded as an atheist utopia by freethinker George Walser. Walser’s intention was to provide a religion-free zone. He hoped to attract nonbelievers from far and wide–and he did attract a few. … Continue reading

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August 1 in freethought history…

August 1, 1895 – The Woman’s Bible, Part I, is published in the United States. Written by an international committee of 26 women led by pioneering suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The Woman’s Bible provided feminist commentary on the recently released English … Continue reading

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