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Hi I'm trying to conduct a video for this new group we have on our campus called the Secular Student Alliance.. it's essentially an atheist group where they meet you share their beliefs..
Any ideas on questions I could ask them about their group that the public might want to know.. I'll be speaking to the president and vice president of the group

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    Why did you feel the need to form a club for atheists?

    What do you hope this group accomplishes?

    What do you do at your meetings?

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