New Podcast Posted! First interview with speakers for the 9th Annual Heretic’s Barbecue

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The latest Rational Horizon Podcast is now online.  

In this podcast Mark Boyd interviews speakers for the upcoming Heretic’s Barbecue – Jess and Jordan Fitzpatrick.  

The theme for this year’s event is “Justice for All”.  And to speak toward this theme we have a strong list of presenters who understand the problems with social inequalities.

Mark, Jess, Jordan and their friend Rain Chamberlain discuss the issues that are important to the Transgender and Transsexual community who make up the too-often forgotten “T” at the end of the LGBT acronym.  

The local Trans organizations, “Trans-E-Motion” and “the Lavender Convention” are also discussed.

 Trans-E-Motion was formed to provide support and education to transgender persons, their families and the community.  They also host the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.  CVAAS has tabled at Trans-E-Motion’s other event, “The Transgender Day of Visibility“.  You can find Trans-E-Motion at their Facebook page, or from the Trans-E-Motion website.  

The Lavender Convention is a community organization designed to bring people of different beliefs together in support of the Trans community.  You can find the Lavender Convention at their Facebook page.

CVAAS is also announcing a new page in the menu – “Backstage”- which you can find under the “Members” tab.  This page will host the raw audio and video to events and interviews that CVAAS records.  You will be able to see the material before it goes into production.  Of course this is available to members only, and non-members are invited to enjoy the podcast content in our “Media” tab, or to subscribe to CVAAS podcasts through iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play.




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One day Mark wanted to talk to other atheists in Fresno. So he set up a Meetup.com atheist event. Five people arrived at the very first event in late 2002. Everything that followed was a result of that.