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New York City Chapter

Welcome to the New York City Chapter of the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR). FAIR is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing civil rights and liberties for all Americans, and promoting a common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity.

If you are located in the area, sign up below to become a member. We have community online forums; we do outreach, advocacy, and educational campaigns; and we hold in-person events. Currently we are organizing our network of parents, teachers, professionals, and community leaders based in New York City. Join our private Facebook Group or email [email protected] for more information or to get involved.

If you are affiliated with a New York private school, please contact the New York Independent Schools Chapter at [email protected].

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Chapter Leaders

Maud MaronChapter Leader

Yiatin ChuChapter Leader

Brent MordenChapter Coordinator

Maud Maron is a mom, a public defender, an elected Community Education Council (CEC) Member and a New Yorker. Read Maud Maron’s FAIR Profile in Courage here.

FAIR Advisor Yiatin Chu is a mother of two and native New Yorker who, along with Maud Maron, founded parent advocacy organization and FAIR NYC partner PLACE NYC.

Brent Morden is a Queens native and Columbia University graduate. In his professional life, Brent works in the performing arts as a composer, music director & teaching artist. Email Brent.

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