Atheists use billboard to reach out to African-Americans

Tagged: atheism / Chicago / Kimberly Veal

People of Color Beyond Faith President Kim Veal talks about her experience being an atheist in the black community and her efforts to reach out to other black nonbelievers as well as work with people of faith.

Polls show most African-Americans are religious.

Nine in 10 African-Americans indicate they are absolutely certain God exits.

But what about that minority within a minority? Call them atheist, agnostic, humanists; they feel ostracized.

WGN’s Larry Potash talked to a woman who is trying to bridge the philosophical divide between believers and non-believers.

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