Ayaan Hirsi Ali (1969–): Dutch feminist and politician.
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Clark Adams (1969–2007): Prominent American freethought leader and activist.
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.
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.
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.She is spokesperson for the One Law for All Campaign against Sharia Law in Britain.William Montgomery Brown (1855–1937): Episcopal bishop and Communist author.Richard Carrier (1969–): historian, philosopher, and atheist activist.Chapman Cohen (1868–1954): English freethought writer and lecturer, and an editor of The Freethinker and president of the National Secular Society.Joseph Lewis (1889–1968): American freethinker and atheist, president of Freethinkers of America 1920–1968.