The Indiana Chapter of the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) launched in March of 2021. FAIR is a nonpartisan, pro-human organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity. We do outreach, advocacy, educational campaigns and in-person meetups. For more information about what FAIR is all about, check out our About page.
FAIR has an impressive team working on its national Board of Advisors, including some household names in the podcasting world such as tenured economics professor at Brown University Glenn Loury, writer for the New York Times and linguistics professor at Columbia University John McWhorter, and former writer for the New York Times and podcaster Bari Weiss. This group of intellectual juggernauts make for great thought guides for the Indiana Chapter and we are proud to be represented by them on the national stage.
At the bottom of this page, there are links to FAIR’s own podcast called “FAIR Perspectives” where you can hear a developed dialogue from some who sit on the Board. It can also be found searching, keyword: “FAIR Perspectives”, on Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube, etc.
“Being pro-human means advocating for one human race, individual civil rights and liberties, and compassionate opposition to racism and intolerance that is rooted in dignity and our common humanity.”
So far there are more than 10,000 who have taken the pro-human pledge. Please consider joining us!
To access the online conversation amongst others who are interested in FAIR, sign up for access to the FAIR Community forums where you can find discussion topics such as “Medicine”, “Psychology” and “Arts”.
“Becoming a FAIR School demonstrates to parents, students, and teachers that you have created a learning environment that avoids the harmful divisiveness of illiberal ideologies and instead counters racism and all forms of intolerance with an emphasis on fairness, understanding and common humanity.”
Follow the link to learn more about becoming a FAIR school.