Lecia Brooks leads the Southern Poverty Law Center’s outreach efforts on key initiatives and social justice issues. As outreach director, she frequently gives presentations around the country to promote tolerance and diversity. She also serves as director of the Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, Ala., an interpretive center designed to provide visitors to the Civil Rights Memorial with a deeper understanding of the civil rights movement. She joined the SPLC staff in 2004 as director of Mix It Up at Lunch Day, a Teaching Tolerance program designed to help break down racial, cultural and social barriers in schools. Previously, she worked for 12 years in a number of capacities for the National Conference for Community and Justice in its Los Angeles office. She is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University.
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Arkansas Society of Freethinkers
Are you good without God? Hey! So are we!
The Arkansas Society of Freethinkers exists to promote the secular, non-theistic, humanist viewpoint as a valid contribution to public discourse. It strives to protect the First Amendment guarantee of separation of church and state and work in coalition with like-minded people and organizations where joint action is needed to maintain this separation. The Society seeks to enrich the community by hosting and developing informative activities and events, and to encourage and facilitate public dialogue in matters of science, reason and tolerance.
The Arkansas Society of Freethinkers operates in an open manner, without discrimination as to gender, race, age, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, nationality, religion, or disability.
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