Started by Hydra009, April 29, 2023, 11:56:36 PM
QuoteIt started as a small group of atheists tracking and removing religious signs from public streets in Los Angeles. Now, this network spans more than a handful of states, with volunteers documenting and taking down illegally placed religious material on utility poles and overpasses across the country.Known as the Atheist Street Pirates, the group formed in 2021 as a subset of the LA-based Atheists United, a nonprofit that's been in the city for 40 years and that seeks to "empower people to express secular values and promote separation of government and religion."
QuoteThrough this work, Clark, who identifies as an atheist and humanist, said he has recognized a "larger phenomenon happening, where Christian nationalists, evangelicals and other types of religious fanatics are using our public land illegally for their proselytizing."
QuoteBright yellow "JESUS SAVES" signs also appear quite commonly in North Carolina, according to the map.
Quote from: Dark Lightning on April 30, 2023, 09:11:30 AMOn the "Jesus Saves" signs just write, "S & H Green Stamps" on them.
Quote from: Gawdzilla Sama on April 30, 2023, 09:47:35 AMDating yourself...:-)