Richard Dawkins Award

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The Richard Dawkins Award is an annual award presented by the Atheist Alliance of America[1] to individuals it judges to have raised the public consciousness of atheism. It has been presented since 2003, and is named after Richard Dawkins, an English evolutionary biologist who was named the world's top thinker in a 2013 reader's poll of the Prospect Magazine.[2]




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