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We Need More Atheists with Kate Cohen

January 13 @ 11:30 am 1:30 pm

Kate Cohen, a columnist for The Washington Post and author of We of Little Faith: Why I Stopped Pretending to Believe (and Maybe You Should Too) that was published in October will join us LIVE via Zoom to talk about her atheism, her family, the book, and why the world needs more atheists.

Image showing Kate Cohen and cover of her book

She writes about the intersection of culture, family, and politics. Her columns have led to interviews on NBC Nightly News, Freethought Radio, and the BBC World Service. Kate’s essays have appeared on Northeast Public Radio and in Slate, Salon, BuzzFeed, Bustle, Vox, and Fine Cooking. She wrote the voiceover script for the Emmy-Award-winning documentary Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero, and is the author of two previous books, The Neppi-Modona Diaries and A Walk Down the Aisle. She lives on a farm in Albany, New York.

We will be in Community Room A and there will be an opportunity to join us on Zoom. Check out this page a day or two before the event for a Zoom room link.

The link to the book is through Amazon but it should be available through your local library and favorite book stores.

*10 AM 1/13 Update* The in-person part of our meeting this morning is cancelled. This was not an easy decision but the wind and wind-chill was too much to ask people to go outside to come to the library. Since the speaker is visiting via Zoom I hope you will join us there at 11:30 am the link is available on this page.

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Sanger Library Branch

3030 Central Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43606 United States

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In-person, in-door meetings and events we STRONGLY recommend attendees wear masks. Speakers can wear them if they choose while speaking. Click more information about our In-person Meeting Policy

SHoWLE has a Weapons Free policy