tSE 016 – Andrew Seidel, Attorney at the Freedom From Religion Foundation
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Interview: Andrew Seidel!
Andrew is a constitutional and civil rights attorney, activist, atheist, author, former Grand Canyon tour guide, and sometimes photographer. At the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Andrew works to ensure that the government obeys the First Amendment and that Jefferson’s “Wall of Separation” between state and church remains tall and impregnable.
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