The Center's Teaching Tolerance magazine and parenting column won three Distinguished Achievement Awards on Wednesday night from the Association of Educational Publishers — among the highest honors in the field of educational publishing.
Three class action lawsuits filed on behalf of migrant agricultural workers in the U.S. seek to fight unfair and abusive labor practices in the forestry industry.
George C. Wallace Jr., whose father famously vowed to defend racial segregation 'forever,' gave the welcoming speech to national delegates of a white supremacist hate group meeting.
A Mexican mother ordered by a judge to learn English or lose her parental rights returns to court Monday to fight for custody of her daughter.
After several twists, the Sons of Confederate Veterans is back in the hands of extremists. This time, it could be permanent.
Though hate groups are on the rise, the Center continues to monitor their activity.
The Association of Education Publishers announced nominations for EdPress Distinguished Achievement Awards, and Center publications garnered five.
National Alliance pamphlets were distributed in Tombstone and this predominantly Hispanic community just two days before the Minuteman Project got going on April 2.
Eric Rudolph pleaded guilty to four terrorist bombings during two separate federal court appearances Monday.
The America's Civil Rights Movement kit is inspiring children across the country.
SPLC's award-winning quarterly magazine reports on hate and extremism.
Free to teachers, Teaching Tolerance magazine and kits encourage equitable school experiences.
Honoring the achievements and memory of those who lost their lives during the Civil Rights Movement.