"The Need for Separation of Church and State"
SUB I Rooms B & C
Dan Barker, Co-President of the Freedom from Religion Foundation and author of "Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists," will be visiting us over lunch on the Fairfax Campus of George Mason University. Dan Barker will be talking about the need for separation of Church and State.
The presentation will be in the Student Union Building I rooms B and C. (Yes, there is a SUB II as well so please pay attention!
It is free and open to the public however there is a fee to park on campus. The Mason Pond Parking Deck is the closest available visitor parking to the SUB I building. It can fill up during this time of day however - necessitating the use of another deck on campus further out - please plan your time accordingly. The rate is $2/hr with a maximum fee of $8. If you are taking the Metro, for $0.75 you can also take the CUE bus from the Vienna (Orange Line) Station to campus.
While the room has a capacity of 80, we recommend arriving promptly. Lunch will be provided free for Mason students.
The room will be open at 12 PM. Lecture begins at 12:15 PM. The room is reserved until 2.