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Douglas County Chapter

The Colorado Douglas County Chapter of the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) launched in April of 2021. FAIR is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and the Douglas County chapter is focused on advocating for a curriculum in our schools that teaches an honest history of our country and promotes individual dignity and excellence.

If you live in Douglas County and would like to help promote a worldview in our public schools that rejects learned helplessness and grievance in favor of resilience and gratitude, please sign up to become a member! We have community online forums; we do outreach, advocacy, and educational campaigns; and we hold in-person meetups.

If you'd like to volunteer, submit a volunteer inquiry.

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DougCo Parents Shouldn’t Fall for Divisive Union Tricks The teacher’s union is leveraging their playbook in Douglas County:  cause chaos in our community in the

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Privilege in Parker

The attached essay written by Judith Sears illustrates how one parent, led by her intuition that something in her child’s classroom was amiss, shone a

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Laureen BollChapter Leader

Matt CassadyStrategic Advisor

Karen JohnsonParental Rights

Allison Jones, M.A. Ed.Curriculum

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