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The bill doesn't mention other types of nonprofit groups, or even synagogues or mosques, said Nick Little of the Center for Inquiry, which promotes secularism.
First, the official narrative that connected secularism with progress, and faith with backwardness, had consequences for the pious, who confronted institutional discrimination.
Grammy award-winning singer Daniela Mercury and Brazilian pop star Anitta performed at a parade that organizers said would focus on secularism and the idea that no religion is law regardless of people’s individual beliefs.
France defines itself as a country united under one common national identity, with laws against racial discrimination and to promote secularism to safeguard an ideal that began with the French Revolution.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich called on a crowd in Florida to choose decency and religion over discord and secularism.
Richard Dawkins The evolutionary biologist and best-selling author will discuss science, secularism and current events with fellow evolutionary biologist and author Jerry Coyne.
Past Turkish administrations had to live in check by a once-powerful military elite that saw itself as the guardian of secularism and had a long history of successful coups.
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SECULARISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of secularism for English Language Learners
: the belief that religion should not play a role in government, education, or other public parts of society
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