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Our Monthly Meetings
We meet every last Saturday of each month from 4:00pm – 7:00pm at Metro Hotel, Koinange Street, Opp Consolidated Bank, Nairobi . Typically we have a presentation on selected topics and discuss group activities coming up. Decisions made by the informal planning group are also discussed. This is also a time for socializing with fellow atheists and free thinkers.
This months Discussion Topic: TO KILL OR NOT TO KILL!
– 29th April, 2017
– Metro Hotel Koinange St, Nairobi 4.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Kenyan police reportedly killed two unarmed teenagers on Friday afternoon (March 31, 2017) on a busy avenue in Nairobi’s Eastleigh business district.
The video footage shows an officer arguing with a young man in front of a crowd. The officer pulls the man in front of him. Shots are fired and the man is next seen lying on the ground. The officer then signals to a colleague, another policeman, to give him his gun. He stands over the suspect, with one foot on his back and shoots him. He then goes to load his gun, walks over to the suspect, and finishes him with a bullet to the head. The bloodied body of another man lies nearby.
The video, which surfaced on Friday, has prompted a national debate about extra-judicial killings in Kenya, one of the largest and most stable economies in Africa.
Come for this discussion and let us seek to understand whether it is acceptable to fo police to kill criminals in cold blood!
Other activities include:
- Reasonable Living: This is an intentional community where we come together to discuss humanist ethics and living well as secular people.
- Something’s Brewing is a safe place for Kenyan atheists and freethinkers to discuss topics related to living in a predominantly religious community in a more intimate, small group setting. This is your opportunity to get out something you might have been brewing over yourself like issues with a family member or co-worker.
- Kenyan Families Beyond Belief is a family-oriented group is for parents in Kenya, who are interested in raising their kids without religion.
- Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) meetings are for secular people dealing with alcohol and substance abuse.
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