As a campaigning organisation, the National Secular Society has a strong tradition of tackling difficult questions and challenging the existing state of affairs.
Following in the footsteps of their founder, Charles Bradlaugh, the NSS held public meetings in the 1960s on a range of controversial issues. Theses included race relations, censorship, crime, education and birth control.
Image © National Secular Society
Humanist Library and Archives reference: NSS/6/6