I received an e-mail from a reader in the Atlanta, GA, area who is considering quitting her job to do something that involves helping atheists. My initial response to her was that there were a multitude of ways one could help atheists or become an atheist activist that would not necessarily require a job change (e.g., strengthening secular public education, advocating for reason and science, becoming politically active, etc.). But suppose that someone really does want to make a major life change and really throw themselves into the atheist movement. I know some of you have worked for various atheist organizations. Any ideas or suggestions?
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