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Published December 06, 2023

Looking for Resources to Help You Defend Public Education and Fight for America? Check Out These Organizations CFER Proudly Endorses!

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In the spirit of collaboration, we are compiling a list of organizations endorsed by CFER. Working in legal advocacy, parental rights, research or voter education, these CFER-endorsed organizations provide parents, citizens and communities with valuable resources in their respective areas of focus, at the national, state and local levels. In the next few weeks, CFER will present these great organizations to you.

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CFER believes there are two major takeaways from being engaged in the culture war, witnessing fads of illiberal ideologies taking over the American life. First, we must fight for America, to preserve and uphold the nobility and beauty of the American experiment. Second, we cannot fight alone - no single mission, cause, or organization can do it all. Whether it is championing equal justice through the court system, advocating for sensible education reforms in legislation or policies, or promoting parental rights, accountability and transparency, many hands make light work.

In the spirit of collaboration, we are compiling a list of organizations endorsed by CFER. Working in legal advocacy, parental rights, research or voter education, these CFER-endorsed organizations provide parents, citizens and communities with valuable resources in their respective areas of focus, at the national, state and local levels. In the next few weeks, CFER will present these great organizations to you.

For this week, we want to feature the following three:

  • 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.
  • California Policy Center, https://californiapolicycenter.org, an educational non-profit working for the prosperity of all Californians by eliminating public-sector barriers to freedom. CPC's primary areas of focus are education reform, workplace freedom, government transparency, and governance. It offers online training for school board trustees/candidates as well as info sessions on the California Education Code. If you are interested, please contact them.
  • 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, student, resident or taxpayer in PUSD and want to get involved, please contact them.

CFER has had the honor to work with all three organizations in various capacities in the last three years. They are our partners in fighting the culture war and each offers invaluable resources and services to the American public. I hope that you will take some time learning about their work and impact and reach out to them if your needs align with their areas of focus.

CFER's list of endorsed organizations will change from time to time as we expand our alliance building work. If you want your organization to be endorsed by us, please check if the organization fulfills our standards for endorsement. If so, you can apply to be endorsed here.

We hope you will support these organizations endorsed by CFER and seek pertinent resources from them to help you fight for your civil rights and against woke indoctrination. As always, you can support CFER's work, including our alliance-building efforts, by making a donation here.

Thank you!


Contact:

Wenyuan Wu

wenyuan.wu@cferfoundation.org

About Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER):

We are a non-partisan and non-profit organization established following the defeat of Proposition 16 in 2020, with a mission to defend and raise public awareness on the cause of equal rights through public education, civic engagement and community outreach. In 1996, California became the first U.S. state to amend its constitution by passing Proposition 209 to ban racial discrimination and preferences. Prop. 209 requires that “the state shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.” CFER is dedicated to educating the public on this important constitutional principle of equal treatment.

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