“My Road To Atheism: A Black Person’s Experience”--
Radcliffe Mason to Speak At NYC Atheists Brunch
If you’ve been to New York City Atheists’ events, you have probably seen Radcliffe Mason; he’s the tall guy who looks a little like James Earl Jones and has the same deep, resonant voice. If you’ve dropped in at our street-tabling tent, you’ve probably seen him there, too. He’s the avid tabler who knows the Bible inside and out and can point out the Bible’s contradictions and inconsistencies to any Bible-spouting religionist.
On March 13th, you’ll get a chance to know Rad a little better: At our monthly Brunch at the Press Box, Rad will tell us, his circle of Atheist friends, how he, raised religiously, became an Atheist in a culture where being a nonbeliever is virtually unknown.
Rad served in Vietnam (and was wounded there), then taught school. You’ll love his deep hearty laugh, his smile, his sense of humor, his Atheist tee shirts (the latest one says, “The Bible--#1 Fiction Best Seller.”)
Come, Join us for Brunch on Sunday, March 13, to show your support for those in the Afro-American community who have had the courage to pull away from the rampant religiousness in their culture. Come and enjoy the life and wisdom of one of NYC Atheists’ many talented, generous, big-hearted people.
WHAT: “MY ROAD TO ATHEISM: A BLACK PERSON’S EXPERIENCE,” by
WHEN: SUNDAY, MARCH 13, AT 12 Noon
WHERE: THE PRESS BOX RESTAURANT AND PUB
932 SECOND AVENUE (bet. 49th & 50th)
COST: Brunch is $20, which includes a selection of Buffet entrees and salad, one soft drink,
coffee, tax and tip. We encourage going back for seconds on the delicious Eggs