Episode 37: Building Atheist Communities, with Evan Clark
Beyond Atheism Podcast
Ahoy, godless Street Pirates! In this episode we are joined by Evan Clark, the executive director of Atheists United, a growing organization in California. He tells us about how the organization has been changing to meet the needs of the atheist community, including through its innovative Atheist Street Pirates program. It is a great how-to on getting people through the doors and then getting them to stay and become involved. We discover how reading books about church-planting informed Evan’s approach to organizing, and we also learn, among other things, whether a “true atheist” can criminalize religious belief and when it is appropriate to remove religious signage.In the bonus section, available exclusively to supporters on Patreon, we talk more about free speech issues and the Street Pirates program, as well as reflections on the future of community-building in the atheist movement.Learn more about Atheists United here: https://www.atheistsunited.org/An article on AU’s Street Pirates program: https://religionnews.com/2022/03/03/in-l-a-atheist-lookouts-remove-religious-signage-from-streets-and-freeway-overpasses/Follow Nathan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NathGAlexanderNathan’s website: https://www.nathangalexander.com/If you find the podcast valuable and want to support it, check out our Patreon page, where you will also find bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/beyond_atheism We are grateful for every contribution.
PRSSAIC International Conference with Evan Clark, Delaney Mackenzie, and Sofia Anderson
12 GV PRSSA members traveled from Michigan to San Diego a few weeks ago for PRSSA's International Conference. Today, Evan Clark, Delaney Mackenzie, and Sofia Anderson shared their favorite memories, the biggest things that they learned, the recognition Grand Valley's chapter received, and advice for chapters considering attending next year's PRSSA International Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Chris chats with Evan Clark, co-host of The Humanist Experience podcast. They talk about his background in political activism, life on the road, and humanism as a radical, progressive movement and the responsibility that comes with that.
Ep. 125 - Evan Clark, Consultant for Openly Atheist Politicians
Friendly Atheist Podcast
Evan Clark is the founder and creative director of Spectrum Experience, the nation's first private Humanist consulting firm that has also been behind the campaigns of several atheists running for local, state, and federal office. His candidates just had a wildly successful primary day in Arizona this past week. Evan is also chair of the Secular Student Alliance and co-host of the Humanist Experience podcast.We spoke about how he began Spectrum Experience, the most strategic ways for atheists to run for office, and why coming out as non-religious matters in politics.
Bi Any Means Podcast #32: Humanist Experiences with Evan Clark
Bi Any Means Podcast
I’m starting off 2016 with Evan Clark, one of the co-hosts of the Humanist Experience podcast. The Humanist Experience is different from most podcasts I listen to. Instead of either talking about the news or interviewing a different guest each episode, the Humanist Experience is more like This American Life, using journalism and first-person narrative to explore different themes. Today I’ll be chatting with Evan about the podcast, the kind of stories they cover, and a little about his background. Originally I wanted to interview both Evan and his co-host Serah Blain, but she was sick during the time of recording, so I just interviewed Evan. But we still had a great conversation. Links:· Humanist Experience: http://www.humanistexperience.com/ · Evan Clark’s Twitter: http://twitter.com/evansaysblah · Serah Blain’s Twitter: http://twitter.com/SerahBlain · Spectrum Experience: http://www.spectrumexperience.com/ · Fox Twin Trilogy: http://www.facebook.com/foxtwintrilogy · Dream Youth: http://dreamyouth.bandcamp.com · Atheists of Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/1502826883380207/ · My Twitter: http://twitter.com/tmamone · Bi Any Means on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bianymeanspodcast · My Patreon page: http://www.patreon.com/tmamone · Bi Any Means Blog: http://www.bianymeans.com