Freemasons have historically fought against racism and inequality and traveled for "foreign countries" embracing every culture, every race and we still are the most diverse fraternity in the world with hundreds of thousands lodges spread all over. We are in every continent of the earth teaching our craft that we are all equals. Freemasons are well known for their tolerance, prudence and understanding.
Hello, my name is Scott Dueball and I serve the Masons of Illinois as the Statewide Education Officer. Masonic education in Illinois has two-pronged setup: the Committee on Masonic Education and the Education Officers chain of command.
Our Book of Constitutions and Bylaws establishes the Committee on Masonic Education as the content developers responsible for deciding what should be provided to Masons seeking education. This committee is made up of a number of Masons representing various backgrounds and Masonic experiences.