Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Exploring the Freethought
Margaret Downey has traveled the Freethought Trail in New
York as tour guide and activist. She brings her knowledge of
the area and her love of freethought history to us as a
presenter on Wednesday, February 26, 2014. If you consider
yourself a freethinker, don't miss her presentation and
comprehensive slide show as Margaret highlights important
people and historical events that shaped the freethought
movement in the nineteenth century.
She will share more than information - she will
inspire you to create your own freethought history in the
here and now.
Margaret Downey founded the Freethought Society (FS) and the
Anti-Discrimination Support Network (ADSN) in 1993. In 1994
she founded the Thomas Paine Memorial Committee. She has
been published in two books, Parenting Beyond Belief
and Voices of Disbelief.
Margaret has been a guest on National Public Radio's
Talk of the Nation and Radio Times.
Television appearances include features on local news
stations as well as ABC's Nightline, PBS, and
Cafe Inquiry is our monthly casual get-together where you can have a coffee
and chat with other people on various topics of science and religion. A
guest speaker opens the discussion with a brief intro to the subject and
then the floor is open in the theater lobby. On film nights, the theater
will be used. All are welcome!
Free admission • Plenty of parking •
Donations to help keep this program running are
Held in the Steve Allen Theater & lobby
The Center for Inquiry-Los
4773 Hollywood Blvd.
• Hollywood, CA 90027
2 blocks west of
Vermont at Berendo •