On July 30, ultrarunner Kilian Korth will be running 100 miles and climbing 42,000 feet through the mountains of Ouray, Colorado to raise money for FAIR. As he came of age in college in the mid-2010s, Kilian was witness to the erosion of free speech rights at his university and became concerned about where our country was headed. Committed to working towards a  world in which we live up to  Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of judging others “not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character,” Kilian hopes to raise money for FAIR in an effort to move culture toward a place that more accurately reflects those values. Now living in Grand Junction, Colorado, Kilian hopes his fundraiser for FAIR will encourage others in his community to see value in the FAIR Principles of Peaceful Change and foster respect for our fellow humans.

Learn more about Killian’s fundraiser and donate here.