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American Atheists Symbol

This symbol, a fusion of Science and the word Atheist, was adopted by American Atheists (AA) in the 1970s.

The organization was founded by Madalyn Murray O'Hair, the noted atheist activist, as the result of her successful battle against mandatory school prayer and Bible recitation. That case, Murray v. Curlett, was a landmark in American jurisprudence on behalf of our First Amendment rights.

It was the first non-religious symbol allowed on military grave markers after AA won a battle with the US Department of Defense.

You can read more about the organization here.



Circle Atheist Symbol

This new Atheist symbol was voted and approved by the Atheist Alliance International organization at a Washington D.C. convention in 2007. They held a design contest with dozens of entries, and this item won.

The circle surrounding the A for Atheism represents inclusion of all the various symbols and the call for Atheists to come together as one.

Though not affiliated with any particular group, it can be associated with AAI. You can read more about their organization here.


Dawkins A

This symbol was presented by Richard Dawkins, and introduced to the world at the same conference which voted on the Circle Atheist Symbol.

It has gained worldwide recognition and has been used extensively by the Dawkin's empire.

Richard Dawkins, famous scientist, lecturer, author, and activist, has been regarded as the Father of the Atheist Movement. You can read more about the Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reason here.


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