Don't Divide Us
Defend and Advance Equal Rights & Merit!
The woke culture is destroying America and its future generations!
We need all hands on deck to stop the attacks on our cultural values and our kids. All Americans must ACT NOW!
Equality & Merit
Fact Seeking & Logical Reasoning
Agency & Personal Empowerment
Accountability, Hard-work & Grit
Equity, Identity Politics & Lowering Standards
Safe Space & Speech Code
Emotional Pleas & Lived Experience
Victimhood & Group Grievances
Entitlement & Racial Spoils
It has invaded our schools, workplaces, communities and homes. In practice, it often takes on euphemisms such as Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI), Racial Justice, Allyship, Critical Consciousness...
See here a list of CFER's press releases, media advisories and action alerts.
April 29, 2023
The Morgan Hill Unified School District (MHUSD) Board of Education will hold its regular meeting in which the trustees will discuss a proposal to introduce an Ethnic Studies course. The proposed curriculum contains recommended readings from one particular political viewpoint. There are also some objectionable elements including thematic units on systems of power, social justice and equity.
April 24, 2023
On April 24th, the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) and 10 partner organizations submitted a joint letter on March 24th regarding “The Federal Response to Anti-Asian Racism in the United States.”
April 06, 2023
At the beginning of its 2023-2024 legislative session, the California Legislature, emboldened by a partisan supermajority and unconcerned with procedural checks and balances, welcomed a flurry of new bills, constitutional amendments, and resolutions. Many of these new legislative measures, especially those with prospects of ending up at the Governor’s desk, add to the continuum of an ideologically informed model of state governance with the pursuit of equity, diversity, justice, representation and other lofty ideals taking the center stage.
March 31, 2023
We are not monolithic, nor a stereotype ─ although some would picture us in this way, whether they are Jews or non-Jews, with positive and negative themes. Against this panorama, we might ask whether there are useful generalizations across this discontinuous and non-uniform distribution of attitudes, values, actions, and events.