My activism has once again made the pages of Freethought Today – a monthly newspaper published by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF). The FFRF has taken note of my recent protest of the Circle the Square with Prayer event in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania which had commemorated the National Day of Prayer recognized by the United States government.
The caption under my picture on page 16 of the May 2013 edition reads,
“Voice of reason
FFRF member Justin Vacula was a one-man protest (with a supportive passerby joining him for a photo) at a National Day of Prayer event on public property May 2 in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Justin also protested religion on city property last December by applying for a permit to place FFRF’s “There are no gods” winter solstice banner, which was vandalized.”
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