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California 3Rs Advisory Council

The CA3Rs Advisory Council is comprised of scholars of religious studies; state and local educational authorities; advocates for religious liberty; and nonprofits. The council assists in guiding the project as well as expanding and maintaining a statewide network for appropriate teaching about religion in schools.

Avi Black
History-Social Science Professional Development Consultant

Marshall Croddy
Constitutional Rights Foundation

Connie DeCapite
California International Studies Project

Michelle Deutchman
Anti-Defamation League

Maha ElGenaidi
Islamic Networks Group

Lisette Estrella-Henderson
Curriculum & Instruction Steering Committee

Jay Fiene
California State University San Bernardino

Justine Fischer
California State PTA

Mynga Futrell
Objectivity, Accuracy, and Balance in Teaching about Religion

John Hale
Center for Civic Education

Mary Hendra
Facing History and Ourselves

Steve Herrick
American Academy of Religion

Robert F. Kane, Esq.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Jyotswaroop Kaur
Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Judith Lessow-Hurley
San Jose State University

Shabbir Mansuri
Institute on Religion and Civic Values

Nancy Martin
Chapman University

Kenneth McDonald
California Department of Education

D. Keith Naylor
Occidental College

Kathy Northington
Association of California School Administrators

Jacqueline Regev
Institute for Curriculum Services

Brian Rivas
California School Boards Association

Beth Slutsky
California History-Social Science Project

Sally Todd
Catholic Diocese of Orange

Forrest Turpen
Christian Educators Association International



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