FAIR News: FAIR's Community Stands United
Dear Friends of FAIR,
Last week, FAIR in Medicine issued a call to action to stand up for open inquiry and academic freedom in science and healthcare. We asked you to sign FAIR’s Open Letter in Support of Dr. Kenneth Zucker and the Need to Promote Robust Scientific Debate, and were positively overwhelmed with the support we received. FAIR’s community is filled with people who are willing to stand up to defend the belief that objective truth exists, that it is discoverable, and that scientific research must be untainted by any political agenda.
Many thought leaders helped lead the charge, including Jonathan Haidt, Jordan Peterson, Pamela Paresky, Abigail Shrier, Dr. Lisa Littman, and Colin Wright. We are grateful for their continued support for our efforts to promote rigorous scientific debate, fairness, understanding, and humanity in the field of gender medicine. Thank you all for having the courage to defend the essential principles of academic freedom.
The Team at the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism
Does Implicit Bias Training Help Anyone? With Dr. Chris Ferguson
Join FAIR in Medicine on Thursday, May 11th from 8 - 9:30pm PDT for a webinar about The Implicit Association Test.
FAIR’s Legislative Review of Sex Change Treatments for Minors
New laws regulating sex change treatments for minors are a main focus across the country this legislative session. As of mid-May, sixteen states have passed laws banning or strictly regulating this practice while other states have passed laws creating “sanctuaries” to shield patients from outside states’ laws. Join FAIR in Medicine and FAIR’s expert legal panel, include Leigh Ann O’Neill, FAIR’s Managing Director of Legal Affairs, Daniel Cragg, FAIR Network Attorney from Eckland and Blando, and Candice Jackson, Civil Rights Attorney, to discuss the key legislation across the country that is shaping this hotly debated topic. This is a virtual event on Friday May 19th at 1pm EDT. This will be the first in a series of webinars on this important issue.
Pro-Human School Board Leadership with Tanya Simons
May 16th from 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT - Pro-Human School Board Leadership: Policy and Governance
The office of school board is a huge responsibility, and the work you do will shape young people and your community for years to come. Through pro-human principles, learn how to effectively influence and enact sound policy in your district and how to build effective oversight and governance for your board.
DEI Trends in Education: What’s Happening & How To Respond
What are DEI programs in education intended to achieve? Are they making a positive impact, or are they causing more harm than good? For this webinar, FAIR brought together three panelists who have extensive experience with DEI in educational settings.
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Would Fair consider standing up for the rights of heterosexual white men? DEI programs advocate for 'marginalized groups'. What no one ever talks about is that heterosexual white men are the ONLY group that does not meet that definition. They are the most openly discriminated against group in our country today.