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JT Eberhard has been working on a campaign for the Secular Student Alliance to help young atheists (and their allies). It’s called the “Secular Safe Zone”:

Originally designed for high schools, the program will include online training sessions every month for teachers and other educators who wish to participate. Upon completion of training, these administrators will be sent Safe Zone materials such as posters or banners to hang in their classroom, announcing them as an ally to atheistic students. The high school environment is often hostile to non-believers. This program will give those students help. In early 2012 we will launch the program for high schools and colleges across the United States.

It’s modeled after the very successful LGBT Safe Zone.
What JT needs right now is a logo for the project. There are several specifications which are listed on his site. If you’re a graphic designer who wants to give back to the community, please consider helping out!

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Hemant Mehta is the founder of FriendlyAtheist.com, a YouTube creator, podcast co-host, and author of multiple books about atheism. He can be reached at @HemantMehta.