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Hemant Mehta (c.1983–): Author of I Sold My Soul on e Bay, chair of the Secular Student Alliance and author of the blog Friendly Moore (1927–1963): Postal worker and Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) member who staged lone protests against racial segregation. Michael Newdow (1953–): American physician and attorney, who sued a school district on the grounds that its requirement that children recite the U. Pledge of Allegiance, containing the words “under God”, breached the separation-of-church-and-state provision in the establishment clause of the United States Constitution.Michael Nugent (1961-): Irish writer and activist, chairperson of Atheist Ireland.James Randi, (1928–): magician, paranormal investigator, and founder of the James Randi Educational Foundation. Philip Randolph, (1889–1979): African-American civil rights leader. Terry Sanderson (1946–): British secularist and gay rights activist, author and journalist, President of the National Secular Society since 2006.Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883–1966): Indian revolutionary freedom fighter, and Hindu nationalist leader.Christopher Fisher (1967–): American psychiatrist, philosopher and former Buddhist Monk.Professor of Philosophy and Buddhist Studies at Chiang Mai University and Adjunct Professor at Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University in Chiang Mai Thailand. Fisher has been the poster boy for removing mysticism and teaching “the pure teaching” of truth and reality in Buddhism as a philosophy and a way of life. Fishers teachings ask everyone to examine their own beliefs with doubt until they reach the truth building on the teachings of Siddhārtha Gautama (The Buddha) “Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Annie Laurie Gaylor (1955–): co-founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and, with her husband Dan Barker, is the current co-president.Chapman Cohen (1868–1954): English freethought writer and lecturer, and an editor of The Freethinker and president of the National Secular Society.
Keith Porteous Wood (1948–): Executive Director, formerly General Secretary, of the National Secular Society in the United Kingdom. Paulson (1947–2006): American plaintiff in a series of law suits to remove a Christian cross from a prominent summit in the city of San Diego. Robertson (1856–1933): Scottish journalist, advocate of rationalism and secularism, social reformer and Liberal Member of Parliament.Joseph Edamaruku (1934–2006): Indian journalist, author, leader in the rationalist movement, and winner of the International Atheist Award in 1979.Sanal Edamaruku (1955–): Indian rationalist, president of the Indian Rationalist Association. (1974–): (“The Infidel Guy”): Internet radio host and Podcaster in Atlanta, Georgia, co-founder of the Atheist Network and founder of Freethought William Montgomery Brown (1855–1937): Episcopal bishop and Communist author.Richard Carrier (1969–): historian, philosopher, and atheist activist.