Americans United for Separation of Church and State Orange County Chapter

AU-OC Presents: Eddie Tabash

The Supreme Court
Has Devastated The Separation of Church and State;
We Now Have A Decades Long Fight
To Salvage This Most Precious Freedom

Saturday, August 20th at 4:00 pm (Notice Time Change)

Zoom Only

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Eddie Tabash is a long serving member of the Board of Trustees of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and was chair of its legal committee for 25 years. He is a constitutional lawyer in Los Angeles and also chairs the Board of Directors of the Center for Inquiry.

Tabash is a firm supporter of equal rights for all people, religious or non-religious, As he has said "No American can officially be valued more or less than anyone else because of either adhering to or rejecting a tenet of religion belief or nonbelief... The separation of church and state is one of those magnificent issues that can help to unify a very severe breach in our country because its aim is to protect both believers and nonbelievers equally.”

Eddie is a long-time favorite with Orange County chapter members and it will be great to hear from him again! For 42 years, he has predicted that a religious right wing takeover of the Supreme Court would destroy important precedents necessary for all believers and nonbelievers to be equal before the law. He will discuss the recent cases that have gravely damaged this crucial liberty that was at the very core of the founding of the United States.

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