Episode 13: How To Use Religious Freedom for Bigotry/The Case Against Amy Coney Barrett/Journeys to Humanism
In this episode Douglas looks at Christian nationalists using Religious freedom as cover for their discrimination, why the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett for the US Supreme Court is a problem for all of us, and he introduces a new recurring segment where people share the story of their journey to Humanism.
00:40 How To Use Religious Freedom for Bigotry
11:17 The Case Against Amy Coney Barrett
22:54 Journeys to Humanism
ACLU v. Board Of Commissioners Of Lucas County, Ohio (2006)
Van Orden v. Perry (2005)
Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission (2018)
Supreme Court favorite Judge Amy Coney Barrett faces renewed attention for religious affiliation
Fact check: ‘Kingdom of God’ comment by SCOTUS contender Amy Coney Barrett lacks context in meme
Amy Coney Barrett Claimed To Care About Maintaining The ‘Balance Of Power’ On The Court Back In 2016
Barrett confirmation hearing day one: Courts aren’t designed to ‘right every wrong’ in society, Barrett says in opening
If you would like to contribute your own story to our Journey to Humanism segments, please check out the segment page:
Journeys to Humanism
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