Friday, 11 September 2015

Podcast #8 - Gail Miller - Atheist Refugees & Humanist Library In Guatemala

Here's yet another episode of My Secret Atheist Podcast ... podcast - yessir!

Episode, the eighth, features a discussion with Gail Miller, who's on the board of Atheist Alliance International. Here's her profile over at the AAI website:
Gail has been an atheist for over 20 years. For the past 6 years, I have been actively involved in atheist activities including co-writing a children’s book on the topic. She has been a Social Worker for 20 years and worked in government agencies and hospitals. Before joining the AAI Board in 2014, Gail served in a non-Director role with AAI as its Middle East liaison and researcher on refugee and asylum issues.
We talk about the growing number of atheist asylum seekers who are contacting the AAI along with a new Humanist Library initiative by the Humanistas Guatemala in Guatemala.

We'll also talk about Gail's children's book, Why Don't We Go to Church!

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Gail Miller is the current Atheist Alliance International Treasurer and she is also working to help atheists escape from countries hostile to non-religious people and seek asylum in countries like Canada and the United States. We talk about an increase in the number of emails the AAI is receiving from atheists who are in immediate danger to their lives. She also covers what’s being done by organizations like CFI Canada and the CFI to help asylum seekers get Canadian sponsorship.

Gail also discusses a new initiative to build a Humanist library in Guatemala, where there is a push to make Bible required study in all public schools. Anyone anywhere can help!

You can reach Gail at: or 778-866-4644
Gail’s children’s book is available on Amazon: 

Music: ‘Child (Refugee) [Instrumental]’ -  Emay CC BY-NC 3.0 ( 

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