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Welcome | Arizona Chapter

Societal conflict, school controversies, cancel culture, and social media meanness are simmering across the United States.  

But here is some good news: If you’ve had concerns about the senseless and often cruel divisions in our nation and state, you are not alone.

Fortunately, Arizonans are ready to renounce divisiveness and reaffirm the colorblind approach advocated by the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement. Whether as a member or a volunteer, you can join the Arizona FAIR Chapter and help to turn the tide. 

We have working groups on education, state and local government, research, volunteer development, and workplaces. Our first local chapter began in Tucson in October. Several other local chapters are in the pipeline. We will soon reach the entire state with a clear and unifying message that emphasizes our common humanity. We’ll affirm that judging people on the content of their character and not the color of their skin is too important to lose because if we lose that, we lose our nation.

Join us today. Help to spread the word among your friends and acquaintances. 

A whole new movement is beginning. Be part of it.


Sincerely,

Michael Wade

Arizona FAIR Coordinator

[email protected] 

Arizona Chapter Working Group Coordinators

Ruth Littmann AshkenaziEducation (Prescott)

April DunlapResearch (Phoenix)

Leslie GahaganChapter WebPage (Scottsdale)

Jeff GravesGovernment (Florence)

Kevin MiltonChapter leader (Tucson)

Shannon Rankin Volunteer Development

Jonathan WadeCommunity (Phoenix)

Michael WadeARIZONA Chapter Leader

Tara ZoellnerLaw Working Group (Phoenix)

To Be AnnouncedBusiness (Scottsdale)

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