Harry Britt: "If Harvey Milk Could Speak to Atheists"


HarryBritt"My reflections on Harvey Milk have led me to prioritize the atheist movement as a place to put my energies, " says Harry Britt, well known gay activist and former San Francisco Supervisor. "Since his murder I have felt a great responsibility to represent him and his message, to look at my years as a Methodist minister through the lens of his insights, and to try to understand their ongoing relevance."


This month Harry will share those insights with East Bay Atheists. He has become a strong atheist with a commitment to critical thinking and openness. Harry also says, "I've really enjoyed working on this presentation and had trouble stopping." We really don't know what to add to that. Please join us.


Afterwards we will go to dinner at King Dong at 2429 Shattuck Ave at Haste.


When: Sunday, March 16th at 1:30


Location: Public Meeting Room, Third Floor, Berkeley Public Library, Main Branch, at 2090 Kittredge at Shattuck


BART Access: Less than one block from the downtown Berkeley BART Station.


Parking: All day parking is available for $7 on the weekend at the lot at Allston & Harold Way, a short block from the library.


Information: Larry Hicok, Coordinator: 510-222-7580

Ski Grabowski, Treasurer: 510-652-8350


Information: Larry Hicok, Coordinator: 510-222-7580

Ski Grabowski, Treasurer: 510-652-8350



Due to venue problems, we will have one meeting for April & May on May 4th. Dr. Sarah Strand will speak.


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Beer Not God


BeerPlease join fellow East Bay Atheists at Era Art Bar & Lounge for another night of tasty beer and interesting conversation with fellow freethinkers. Era is located on Grand just east of Broadway, easily accessible from the 19th St BART station, and street parking is free after 6:00. So come on in, get a drink (remember to ask what's on happy hour special) and head upstairs to the comfy chairs.


Tuesday, March 11 at 6:00 PM,

Era Art Bar & Lounge

19 Grand Avenue, Oakland

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