Since its foundation in 1851 Leicester Secular Society has campaigned for secularism and against all religious privilege. We are for separation of church and state, and against sectarian state schools.
Support our petition to establish an inclusive annual celebration of the City of Leicester.
We campaign against 'faith schools' and for inclusive state education.
We need to provide the diverse groups that use Secular Hall with accessible toilets and a kitchen fit for the 21st century.
Our fundraising campaign began with a
Woody Guthrie evening with Tom Mycock
on 24 March.
Non-religious points of view are banned from Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4. But you can hear LSS member Eleanor Davidson's humanist TFTD broadcasts for BBC Radio Leicester (and more) here ....
Leicester Secular Society members are a very diverse group. Many are active in a variety of political, humanitarian and charitable organisations and campaigns. We can't list them all here, but include some in which secularism is central.
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Page updated 31 March 2011 FF