We’ve spent a lot of time on State of Belief making the case that full marriage equality is essential for religious freedom in the United States. However, there is another religious freedom issue at stake in U.S. marriage laws that we don’t hear about as often – who does and doesn’t have the right to officiate at a wedding. Reba Boyd Wooden, executive director for the Center for Inquiry Indiana, will share her experience as one of the few ‘secular celebrants’ (and CFI’s trainer for other secular celebrants) who have won the right to solemnize marriages in this country. Don’t miss this opportunity to see inside this little-discussed facet of the struggle for religious freedom.

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