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.

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September 19, 2022

Action Alert in San Diego: Help Stop the PrOTECT Act

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August 30, 2022

CFER Hosts First Annual Conference in San Diego on September 3rd

Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) will host its first annual conference “Fighting Preferences and Indoctrination in Education” at the University of San Diego, on this Saturday, September 3rd, 2022.


August 23, 2022

CFER and PLF Prompted the California State Legislature to Amend the Upward Mobility Bill and Remove Unconstitutional Provisions

PLF is encouraged that California will not be discriminating against those who wish to serve on a state board or commission, and hopefully there will be no further attempts to revive the discriminatory quota scheme,” said Andrew Quinio, PLF attorney.


July 25, 2022

CFER Sues Alameda County for Its Racial Preferences in Government Contracting

Today, Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) and two individual co-plaintiffs, represented by Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), filed a lawsuit challenging two Alameda County public contracting programs that impose race-based preferences for minority-owned enterprises.


June 28, 2022

The California Department of Education Further Delays the New Math Framework Process

The State Government Must be Answerable to Rising Public Concerns


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