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Founder of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science, a non–profit charitable organization that promotes critical thinking, science-based education, and evidence–based understanding of the world.

John William Gott (1866–1922): English trouser salesman and leader of the Freethought Socialist League, the last person in Britain to be sent to prison for blasphemy.

Che Guevara (1928–1967): Argentine Marxist revolutionary, politician and author. Haldeman-Julius (1889–1951): American author, editor and publisher of the Little Blue Books series Erkki Hartikainen (1942–): is a Finnish atheist activist.

Dan Barker (1949–): American atheist activist, current co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, alongside his wife, Annie Laurie Gaylor.

Walter Block (1941–): Austrian School economist and anarcho-capitalist Peter Brearey (1939–1998): British secularist, socialist and journalist, Editor of The Freethinker from 1993 until his death.

Joseph Lewis (1889–1968): American freethinker and atheist, president of Freethinkers of America 1920–1968.

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Richard Dawkins has produced several documentaries, including Root of all Evil? Margaret Downey (1950–): an atheist activist who is the current President of Atheist Alliance International.Joseph Edamaruku (1934–2006): Indian journalist, author, leader in the rationalist movement, and winner of the International Atheist Award in 1979.

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Saraswathi Gora (1912–2006): Indian social activist, wife of Gora and leader of the Atheist Centre for many years, campaigning against untouchability and the caste system.Keith Porteous Wood (1948–): Executive Director, formerly General Secretary, of the National Secular Society in the United Kingdom. Paulson (1947–2006): American plaintiff in a series of law suits to remove a Christian cross from a prominent summit in the city of San Diego. Robertson (1856–1933): Scottish journalist, advocate of rationalism and secularism, social reformer and Liberal Member of Parliament.James Randi, (1928–): magician, paranormal investigator, and founder of the James Randi Educational Foundation. Philip Randolph, (1889–1979): African-American civil rights leader. Terry Sanderson (1946–): British secularist and gay rights activist, author and journalist, President of the National Secular Society since 2006.Maryam Namazie: A human rights activist, commentator and broadcaster.Namazie has served as the executive director of the International Federation of Iranian Refugees.Richard Dawkins (1941–): British biologist, author of The God Delusion, The Greatest Show on Earth, Climbing Mount Improbable, Unweaving the Rainbow, A Devil’s Chaplain, The Ancestor’s Tale, The Blind Watchmaker, The Extended Phenotype, River Out of Eden, and The Selfish Gene.