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Godless Americans March Photo Gallery

The following is from the Secular Humanist Bulletin, Volume 18, Number 4.

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Secular humanists unite behind the Council's banner at the "Godless Americans March on Washington" November 2, 2002. Council Communications Director Katherine Bourdonnay and Field Director DJ Grothe
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Council Executive Director Dr. Ed Buckner (second from right) leads the group as they march The March logo is displayed on the Jumbotron over the stage on the Mall
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Michael Newdow, who successfully challenged the inclusion of the words “under God” in the Pledge addressed the marchers at a special breakfast

CFI–West Executive Director Jim Underdown was also a speaker at the breakfast

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