FAIR News: Happy Two-Year Anniversary!
Dear Friends of FAIR,
It has been two years since FAIR’s inception, and we are so humbled by the progress we have made and support the pro-human movement has garnered. With over 80 chapters nationwide made up of passionate, hard-working volunteer chapter leaders and members, FAIR continues to grow.
FAIR’s legal team has received over 500 Incident and Survey reports through FAIR Transparency, sent over 100 letters to institutions across the country, and supported nine lawsuits in support of civil rights and liberties for all Americans. Our network of FAIR-aligned attorneys has grown to more than 100 members.
FAIR in Education has produced dozens of curricular and assessment resources, delivered trainings to hundreds of teachers, administrators, parents, and school board members, consulted with a range of educational stakeholders, and hosted over 25 educational sessions for teachers, schools, and parents.
FAIR in the Arts has hosted 10 community meetups and successfully connected pro-human artists of various disciplines not just across America, but across the globe.
FAIR in Medicine has hosted over 20 webinars about pressing issues to the medical community, and written consequential open letters advancing the highest ethical standards in medical practice.
FAIR’s Media production team has produced more than 261 inspirational and educational videos that are available to the public on FAIR’s YouTube channel, which has nearly 10,000 subscribers.
FAIR’s Substack, with over 35,000 subscribers, has grown to become a leading source for nuanced and diverse perspectives, captivating personal narratives, and other essays connected to FAIR’s pro-human mission. Our editorial team has worked with pro-human authors to publish nearly 100 articles.
Thousands will have received diversity training in the pro-human approach by the end of this year.
Thanks to you all, we have raised over 7.5 million dollars to further FAIR’s mission of promoting fairness, understanding, and humanity. We are eager to continue our work, and could not do it without your continued support.
The Team at The Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism
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Abe’s Honest Words by Doreen Rappaport, Illustrated by Kadir Nelson
This vibrantly illustrated picture book biography depicts how Abraham Lincoln’s courage, honesty, and dedication to freedom helped bring an end to the great evil of slavery in America.
FAIR’s literature guides emphasize pro-human values and support literacy development. Designed for use with elementary-age students, each guide features a high-quality picture book, with discussion questions and activities aligned with FAIR’s Pro-Human Learning Standards.
Say More Event Series Launch
A dialogue between FAIR Advisors Glenn Loury and John McWhorter, facilitated by Professor Ilana Redstone, Mill Institute Faculty Director. Join The Mill Institute on Friday, April 14th from 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. EDT at the Museum of Arts and Design Theater for an exclusive conversation with Glenn Loury and John McWhorter about affirmative action, race, inequality, and fairness in the US. This exciting discussion aims change how we think about these complex subjects.
How To Run for School Board
You care about your kids and your community, we get it! So do we. April 24th-27th, join Grassroots Leadership Academy in partnership with FAIR for a 4-session, training experience to empower you to roll up your sleeves and run for school board (or effectively organize your community for someone you want to run for school board).
This training is great for those of you who want to run and your core supporters alike. The training experience is four, 90 minute sessions over four days, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. ET each day.
Pro-Human School Board Leadership With Tanya Simons
1st Session (May 2nd from 4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. PT) - Pro-Human School Board Leadership: I won my election! Now what?
Congratulations! You've successfully won election to represent your community, parents, students, teachers, and everyone who has a stake in your school district. Now the real work begins! Learn how to hit the ground running and immediately make an impact as a school board leader. In this session, we will cover essential topics to help you onboard to your new role and build relationships to influence, drive change, and serve effectively.
2nd Session (May 16th from 4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. PT) - Pro-Human School Board Leadership: Policy and Governance
The office of school board is a huge responsibility, and the work you do will shape young people and your community for years to come. Through pro-human principles, learn how to effectively influence and enact sound policy in your district and how to build effective oversight and governance for your board.
Calling All Pro-Human Attorneys!
FAIR has established a nationwide network of attorneys and law firms who support FAIR’s mission of advancing civil rights and liberties for all, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding, and humanity.
Schools, non-profit organizations, corporations and government agencies have been implementing policies that directly violate the Constitutionally guaranteed civil rights of students, parents and employees. FAIR Legal Network attorneys can help by providing legal information and advice to affected individuals and, in appropriate circumstances, by seeking legal redress in the courts on their behalf.
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FAIR Educators Alliance & Other Networks
Connect with other pro-human educators through the FAIR Educators Alliance. We bring together educators from all levels to share experiences and work on developing resources that can support teachers, community members, and FAIR chapters.
The FAIR Educators Alliance hosts an informal, virtual happy hour every other Thursday evening with occasional speakers and presentations.
FAIR also offers a K-12 Administrators Alliance, which holds meetings on the last Thursday of each month at 1:00 p.m. ET, and a group for Librarians and Library staff that meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Teachers, administrators, librarians, and educators of all kinds are welcome. For more information and to join any of these networks, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the FAIR Community
Sign-up for a Welcome to FAIR Zoom information session to learn more about our mission, or watch a previously recorded session in the Members section of www.fairforall.org.