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Many hands make light work.

Many hands make light work. To win the culture war and reclaim the fundamental values such as equality, an expansive coalition of organizations with different visions, focuses and expertise need to come together. CFER endorses the following organizations as our allies and partners in fighting the culture war. These organizations provide valuable resources in voter education, legal advocacy, parental rights and other pertinent issues, at national, state and local levels. As we build more allies, this list will change from time to time.

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National Advocacy Organizations

1. Parental & Educational Rights

Parents Defending Education

Parents Defending Education, https://defendinged.org, a national grassroots organization fighting indoctrination in American K-12 classrooms, through network and coalition building, investigative reporting, litigation, and engagement on local, state, and national policies. If you want to report cases of ideological indoctrination in your kids' school/class, please contact them.

No Left Turn in Education

No Left Turn in Education, https://www.noleftturn.us, a national grassroots movement of common-sense parents and community members from diverse backgrounds, building generational integrity through education free from indoctrination. Contact them if you want to connect with other parents in your local community to advocate for education, parental rights and transparency.

2. Legal Advocacy

American Alliance for Equal Rights

American Alliance for Equal Rights, https://americanallianceforequalrights.org, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to challenging distinctions made on the basis of race and ethnicity in federal and state courts. Contact them with potential cases of equal rights and equal protection violations in your child's school or your workplace.

American Civil Rights Project

American Civil Rights Project, https://www.americancivilrightsproject.org, a public-interest law firm that seeks to assure that American law equally protects all Americans, by systematically sponsoring litigation, filing administrative complaints, participating in rulemaking, and educating both government leaders and the public. Contact them if you think that your civil rights are being violated in areas including education, business and investment.

Pacific Legal Foundation

Pacific Legal Foundation, https://pacificlegal.org, a nonprofit legal organization that defends Americans' liberties when threatened by government overreach and abuse. If you feel that your or your child's constitutional rights to equal protection and free speech are violated, please contact them.

Alliance Defending Freedom

Alliance Defending Freedom, https://adflegal.org, one of the leading Christian law firms committed to protecting religious freedom, free speech, marriage and family, parental rights, and the sanctity of life. If your child is subject to racial discrimination, gender ideology or compelled/forced speech, please contact them.

3. Issue & Policy Research

National Association of Scholars

National Association of Scholars, https://www.nas.org, a non-profit organization seeking to reform higher education by fostering intellectual freedom, truth-seeking and virtuous citizenship. If you want to learn about the latest policy reports on higher education, K-12 standards for history, social studies, science, or model legislation for education, please check them out.

Center for Equal Opportunity

Center for Equal Opportunity, https://www.ceousa.org, a DC-based thinktank with a mission to study, develop, and disseminate ideas that promote colorblind equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in America.

Free Black Thought

Free Black Thought, https://freeblackthought.com, a small group of scholars, technologists, parents, and above all American citizens determined to amplify vital black voices that are rarely heard on mainstream platforms. The group pursues no political agenda other than a commitment to free speech, civil rights, and a conviction that a pluralistic society committed to liberal democracy is nourished by the entire spectrum of black thinking on matters of politics, society, and culture.

State Advocacy Organizations

1. Parental & Educational Rights

Parent Union

Parent Union, https://www.parentunion.org, a program under the California Policy Center that connect California parents, parent groups and community leaders to mobilize action for kids-first policies in our K-12 education system. If you live in California and want to know your rights as a parent and get organized, please contact them. They offer virtual meetings to help concerned parents on a weekly basis.

California Family Council

California Family Council, https://www.californiafamily.org, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing family values and parental rights. If you want to fight gender ideology, transgenderism, and inappropriate school library books in your child's school, please contact them. You can also contact them if there are instances of male competing in female sports in your local school(s).

2. Curricula & Educational Content

Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies

Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies, https://www.calethstudies.org, a nonpartisan, grassroots coalition consisting of over 10,000 parents, teachers, grandparents, and other community members who work together to support a constructive approach to ethnic studies curricula. If you want to obtain alternative curricula and teaching materials for your child's Ethnic Studies course(s), please contact them.

Protect Our Kids

Protect Our Kids, https://protectourkidsnow.org, a nonprofit with a mission to educate parents about the scope and dangers of the public-education system. The organization also helps parents and community members start private schools, comply with the law, plan curriculums and activities. If you want to start a private Christian school or homeschool your child with a classical, Christ-centered curriculum, please contact them.

3. Policy Monitoring & Voter Education

California Policy Center

California Policy Center, https://californiapolicycenter.org, an educational non-profit working for the prosperity of all Californians by eliminating public-sector barriers to freedom. Its primary areas of focus are education reform, workplace freedom, government transparency, and governance. They offer online training for school board trustees/candidates as well as info sessions on the California Education Code. If you are interested, please contact them.

Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy

Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, https://www.pacificresearch.org, a thinktank with a mission champion freedom, opportunity, and personal responsibility for all individuals by advancing free-market policy solutions. If you are interested in running for your local school board in California, you can contact them regarding their annual training program.

4. Local Watchdogs

PUSD Community Watch

PUSD Community Watch, https://www.pusdcommunitywatch.org, a grassroots, watchdog organization advocating for student success, transparency, and parental rights in the Poway Unified School District. If you are a parent in PUSD and want to get involved, please contact them.

Disclaimer:

While CFER's endorsements do not mean that we agree or align with all the operations and projects by these organizations, CFER has thoroughly vetted them based on our standards for endorsement.

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