CFER Foundation


Don't Divide Us

Defend and Advance the Constitutional Principle of Equal Rights for All.

The American ideal - that a person should not be judged by race, is a universal truth that transcends political fads of race essentialism and divisions. Let's rally around this fundamental principle of equality because our common destiny as Americans is greater than our hyphenated identities.

Don't divide us!


Wenyuan Wu

Executive Director, CFER

Recent Posts

See here a list of CFER's press releases, media advisories and action alerts.

School BoardAction Alert


January 27, 2023

Action Alert in Cajon Valley Union School District: Demand Responsible Leadership and Fiscal Transparency

On the coming Tuesday (January 31, 2023), the Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD) Governing Board will hold a special board meeting in which the board members will discuss a recent contract for professional services and assistance between CVUSD and Alfabet Soup, LLC. Please attend the meeting and speak up to urge the board exercise proper and ethical financial oversight.

CRTDEIAction Alert


January 18, 2023

Action Alert: Oppose California Water Board's Racial Equity Action Plan!

The California State Water Resources Control Board has published its “2023-2025 Racial Equity Action Plan.” Couched in ideological euphemisms such as “equitable outcomes,” “institutional racism,” and “racial injustice,” this new plan by the State Water Board is the latest example of politicization and racialization of public policies.


December 12, 2022

CFER Asks CSU Board of Trustees to Abstain from Dropping a Four-Year Math Requirement



December 09, 2022

Encouraging Update! The Commission on Teacher Credentialing Pauses A Proposal on Teacher Credentialing

Today, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) held a public meeting in which an agenda item (1-H) concerning teacher credentialing was discussed. Due to many public comments in opposition, the CTC voted today to pause the proposal.

AllianceEthnic StudiesEvent


December 07, 2022

Action Alert: Contact the Commission on Teacher Credentialing Now to Reject the Woke War on Merit

On December 9, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) will hold a public meeting in which an agenda item (1-H) concerns teacher credentialing. Alarmingly, this proposal seeks to give college graduates with an Ethnic Studies major credentials to teach 7-12 grade Social Studies and History (Appendix B (b) (9)).

Action AlertEthnic Studies


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