As the old analogy goes: Organizing atheists is like herding cats. But the Richard Dawkins Foundation is making the attempt.
A recent email campaign is aiming for 100,000 subscribers to the RDF newsletter. I hit subscribe and received:
Your subscription is confirmed! Now we need to hit 100,000 signups by October 31 to impact decision-makers and media across the globe, to help us support our existing projects in science and secularism — and the ones we’re about to announce.
If you’re an agnostic, atheist, sick of religion, science enthusiast or a general skeptic of religion and the supernatural, you may want to subscribe. In particular, America is always a battleground for science education. While atheists never agree (Have you seen the forums? We rip each other apart.) there will be some common ground. It sounds like a good step in the right direction to add some muscle to an overall viewpoint that reason and science is what the next generation needs, not superstition.