Archbishop Chaz ("Not From Canterbury") Stevens.

Chaz Stevens (born August 31, 1964) is an American entrepreneur, journalist, and constitutional activist. He is the executive director of The Humanity Fund which focuses on the separation of church and state by lobbying against any religious expression on government property.

He was the founder and executive director of the Religious Liberty Project, which focused on First Amendment issues. In 2015, Stevens launched the Gay Pride Festivus Pole Generosity Fund, with donations supporting various LGBT youth organizations.

Stevens first made national headlines in 2013 by winning the right to install a Festivus pole made of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans in the Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee. Stevens is popularly known for his methods of promoting the separation of church and state. Stevens and his projects have been recognized in the New Times Best of Broward-Palm Beach. Stevens himself was named Best Activist in Broward County.

Stevens was twice appointed Commissioner to the Deerfield Beach Housing Authority. Stevens’ investigative reporting and subsequent criminal complaints led to the arrest of Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini and Commissioners Steve Gonot and Sylvia Poitier.

Over the years, he's worked as a technology product developer for IBM, The Coca Cola Company, and The Walt Disney World Company. Chaz is currently CEO and co-founder of ESADoggy, a global organization that provides emotional support animal-related services.

Ordained Minister.

Chaz is an ordained minister in the State of California, State of Florida, and Jezero County, Mars.

Tending His Flock.

PBR Festivus 2013
Where it all sort of started. 2013, Deerfield Beach, Pabst Blue Ribbon Festivus Pole.
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Our 2015 Pole was wrapped with Gay Pride, and we took the world by storm.
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Trump's pole (2016) featured stupidity-encoded DNA topped with a red hat.

Activism.

Chaz has appeared on Washington Post, Time, Huffington Post, Fox News, Slate, and MTV.

Activist Petitions To Get Bible Banned From Florida Schools In DeSantis-Trolling Move.

The Bible is a book that has been used to justify slavery, homophobia, and wars for centuries. It's time to ban this dangerous book from our Florida public schools. If you have $5 or $10 to spare, you can join us in this fight.
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Florida Man Flips The Script On Republican Culture War.

Chaz Stevens battling to recite Satanic prayer.

Don't just stand there on the sidelines, get in the game today!

Calling it a "really significant win for parents in the state of Florida," Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a measure that gives parents and guardians more freedom to challenge the types of books that are in school libraries and on school reading lists.

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Invocation to Satan at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea commission meeting.

Exercising My Right To Redress My Grievance.