Posted on June 13, 2018June 13, 2018 by PJ SlingerGallery of photos/cartoons from June/July 2018 issue On May 3, the National Day of Prayer, a “Pray for America” event was held at the Warren, Mich., Civic Center. There to counteract the event were, from left, Reason Station founder and FFRF Life Member Doug Marshall, FFRF Member Sally Sayes and, hiding her face behind Dan Barker’s book, Maggie Huntone, with FFRF Member Bruce Kopetz kneeling in front. “As you might imagine, we table staffers received several cutting glances from the enraptured supplicants who filled the Civic Center atrium, but civility prevailed overall,” Kopetz wrote. “But only Christian cults were represented. The substantial Islamic presence in Warren didn’t participate, nor was Judaism represented.” FFRF’s “I’m an Atheist and I Vote” campaign includes full-size billboards. FFRF Member Thomas Drolsum sent us this photo of him wearing the “Out of the Closet Atheist” cap he won as one of FFRF’s weekly virtual billboard winners. If you’d like a chance to win FFRF merch, join either our “Out of the Closet Atheist” or “Unabashed Atheist” campaign and create your own virtual billboard. It’s free! Just go to billboards.ffrf.org/out-of-the-closet or billboards.ffrf.org/unabashed. lassical pianist Jarred Dunn made use of the Diane Uhl Steinway grand piano in the Charlie Brooks Auditorium at FFRF’s Freethought Hall in Madison, Wis., performing a concert and live recording April 10. The international, award-winning pianist played Chopin and Debussy selections. Winner of the 2018 Lithuanian International Chopin Competition, Dunn has been a pianist for 26 of his 29 years. He has performed worldwide. His interpretations have been hailed as “evocative and mystical” and “technically perfect.” He has a forthcoming book, The Piano Matters (Yale University Press) with David Duval. He is a double graduate of the University of Toronto and studied at The Juilliard School. He completed his Master of Music degree and post-graduate diploma in piano at the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland. FFRF Co-President Dan Barker revels in the scenery and history of Machu Picchu while in Peru for the first international Latin American Freethought Gathering May 24-26.