Yesterday, FCDF sent a data records request to Minneapolis Public Schools, demanding the production of emails that could show whether MPS is unlawfully collaborating with the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Minnesota chapter to both single out Muslim students for special benefits and revise school curricula to portray Islam in a more “inclusive” light. In…

District Warned Not to Work with CAIR to Revise Anti-Bullying Policies and Curricula Today, FCDF sent a letter to Cajon Valley Union School District’s Superintendent, David Miyashiro, expressing support for the District’s current anti-bullying policies and its handling of an alleged anti-Muslim bullying incident at a local middle school. Yesterday, the Council on American-Islamic Relations…

In support of their case against the San Diego Unified School District’s “Islamophobia” initiative, FCDF asked the federal judge today for permission to file a Notice of Supplemental Authority to bring to the court’s attention a recent Ninth Circuit’s ruling in a school-based First Amendment case. In federal court, litigants can ask to file a letter…

SAN DIEGO – Federal Judge Cynthia Bashant heard oral argument on Tuesday over the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund’s (FCDF) motion for a preliminary injunction against the San Diego Unified School District’s school board and superintendent. FCDF seeks a court order halting the District’s ongoing efforts with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to “address…

The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund is seeking answers about the Seattle public school district’s developing collaboration with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to “address Islamophobia” in its schools. Earlier today, FCDF filed a public records request with the school district asking for emails between school officials and CAIR operatives regarding a district-wide Muslim…

Today, FCDF sent a letter to Seattle Public Schools’ Board of Directors and Superintendent to express concern about the District’s collaboration with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). According to CAIR’s local chapter, it is “partnering with Seattle Public Schools to provide educational trainings for teachers and staff on things like Ramadan, Eid, and how…

Today, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s notorious travel ban, which critics have derided as a discriminatory law that targeted Muslims. Opponents like CAIR and the ACLU argued that Trump had a sordid history of animus toward Muslims, and he intentionally enacted the ban to discriminate against them. The Court rejected that argument, holding that…

U.S. District Court Judge Cynthia A. Bashant will hear oral argument on Tuesday, July 17, on the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund’s motion for a preliminary injunction in the case Citizens for Quality Education San Diego, et al. v. San Diego Unified School District, et al., in which five families and two local organizations are…

Today, FCDF asked federal judge Cynthia Bashant to clarify a court ruling that is preventing their clients from filing further briefs in support of their motion to enjoin the San Diego Unified School District’s “anti-Islamophobia” initiative. The initiative, which is a joint venture with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), singles out Muslim students for…

Yesterday, FCDF filed a fiery response in federal court to the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) amicus brief that defended its collaboration with the San Diego Unified School District on an “Anti-Islamophobia Initiative.” The initiative singles out Muslim students for exclusive accommodations and empowers CAIR to radically revise school curriculum to portray Islam more “favorably.”…

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