Here’s something cool. It’s
a project to make the information contained in the publications of these movements easily discoverable by historians and anyone else with an interest in the history of these movements. Several organizations have done a good job of collecting this information and making it accessible to people who ask to see it, but it’s difficult to ask for things you don’t know exist. This project aims to fix that problem. […]
History is always in danger of being forgotten. The history of these movements are too critical to allow that to happen to us. Whether our interests lie in not repeating parts of our history or in seeing it broadcast far and wide, making that history easier to find will only aid us in that goal.
Like it? You can donate or volunteer. Or, if you want, browse old copies of “The American Atheist” to get a sample for what they’re hoping to achieve. And then donate/volunteer, because this sort of stuff should get preserved for future generations.