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Sign the Petition to: Eliminate the standard question “what is your religion” in entrance processing.
Change the default entry for religious preference from “No Religious Preference” to blank.
Eliminate the “No Religious Preference” option.
Add an option for “Humanist”.
Add an option for “Spiritual But Not Religious”. Continue reading
MAAF has selected 31 recent articles of interest in the areas of atheism & humanism in the military, society, and government, both in the US and internationally. As always, December was filled with arguments about holiday displays and the “War … Continue reading
As the “holiday” season continues, post officials are extending special recognition to religious service members, specifically Jews and Christians. A nativity scene and menorah combo have been erected at both Travis AFB in California and Ft Campbell, Kentucky. This privileging … Continue reading
A recent survey by the Pew Forum on reintegration identified a 24% bump for “religious” Post-9/11 veterans. This question specifically asked “how often a recent veteran attends religious services.” Those claiming to attend once per week were 24% more likely … Continue reading
Despite limited support from the military leaders, local groups continue to come together within the MAAF structure and with the diligent work of local leaders. There are new groups established since November at Ft Riley, RAF Lakenheath, and the San Diego Area. … Continue reading