Posted on June 13, 2018June 13, 2018 by PJ SlingerFFRF on the Road FFRF Co-President Dan Barker, center, stands among a group of students and staff at Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va., who came to hear him discuss his book, God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction, on April 20. The event was part of the “Ask an Atheist Day,” hosted by the Marshall University Secular Student Alliance. FFRF Co-President Dan Barker spoke to a group of Secular Student Alliance members at Morehead State University in Morehead, Ky. Shown in this photo are, back row from left, advisor Glen Colburn, Vice President D’Angelo Baker, Jacob Tackett, and front row from left, Barker, Secretary Kimberly Obermayer, Member KJ Doyle and President/Founder Kayla Bowen. Dan Barker, left, met with James Haught, former longtime editor of the Charleston Gazette, when Barker was in West Virginia for a talk. FFRF Director of Strategic Response Andrew L. Seidel spoke at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha to a group of 75, including students and retired professors. Seidel talked about the Religious Right’s attempt to redefine “religious freedom” for 25 minutes followed by an hour of Q&A. The talk was organized by retired professor Wayne Johnson, pictured here with Seidel. FFRF Director of Strategic Response Andrew L. Seidel speaks during a Secular Coalition for America panel event on the topic of “The Sword vs. the Shield: A Discussion on Religious Freedom” on April 25 at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington, D.C. Also on the panel were, from left, Maggie Garret of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, Sarah Warbelow of the Human Rights Commission and Claire Kim of the Center for Reproductive Rights. FFRF Associate Counsel Sam Grover spoke in Dallas on May 10. The Dallas Bar Association hosted a debate between FFRF and First Liberty Institute on the meaning of “religious liberty.” He also spoke to the Unitarian Universalist Secular Humanists in Iowa City, Iowa, on April 17. FFRF Legal Director Rebecca Markert, left, spoke at the University of Minnesota Foundations Forum in February on the topic, “How should religious, agnostic and atheistic views be expressed in American civil dialogue, law, voting and policy?” She was joined by, center, Michael Wear, founder of Public Square Strategies and former director of faith outreach for Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign, and, right, Muhammad Khalifa of the University of Minnesota, who moderated the discussion. FFRF Legal Director Rebecca Markert spoke at the Michigan Atheists 30th annual convention in Farmington Hills on April 7. About 50 attendees heard Markert discuss state/church separation.