Carnival time!

The 24th Humanist Symposium blog carnival has been posted over at The Uncredible Hallq, and I am happy to say that my post about Representation has been included. There’s a good array of intelligent, thoughtful and entertaining articles by a host of atheist and humanist bloggers. It’s a great way to get a taste of what’s out there. Please do head over and have a look, and to anyone who’s come here from the symposium: Welcome!

Continuing the carnival theme, the Edinburgh University Humanist Society will be at Pride Glasgow this coming Saturday (30th August) celebrating diversity and human rights. We’ll be manning a stall with some help from our friends from the Humanist Society of Scotland and the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association.  The stalls are on from 10am to 5pm in George Square, Glasgow and we’d love to see you, so come by, say hello and enjoy the goings on.

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3 Responses to “Carnival time!”


  1. 1 Hugh August 26, 2008 at 3:16 pm

    Oh, Pride, yay! If you’d be interested in taking some Lions along, they’d be glad to have an adventure- let me know!

  2. 2 Clare August 26, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    Aw, that would be cool, but we’d have to be careful to make sure they didn’t get mislaid or walk. Maybe I could take safety pins and attach them to Humanists on the stall?

  3. 3 Hugh August 27, 2008 at 3:21 pm

    Could do, if you think this would be contribute to the happy prideness? If so, we should find a time and I’ll come deliver them up to you.
    And yay, I’ve been (vaguely) looking for something pride-ful to do with them for ages :o)


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