A new Center film documents and inspires youth activism.
After more than 40 years, reputed Klansman Edgar Ray Killen has been arraigned on murder charges in the murder of three civil rights workers.
The Immigrant Justice Project has been created to fight for the rights of immigrant workers in the Southeast, where conditions are worst in the nation and workers are routinely exploited.
A recent survey of Teaching Tolerance subscribers shows the magazine is having a powerful impact in the nation's schools.
Ron Wilson, a neo-Confederate leader who has associated with various extremist causes, has been elected to the S.C. state education board despite his controversial ties.
A leader in tracking hate groups, the Center exposes terrorist and extremist plots.
On Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2004, the third annual Mix It Up at Lunch Day was a success with over 4 million students at more than 9,000 schools participating nationwide.
The Center's legal team focuses on the 'Schoolhouse to Jailhouse Pipeline.'
More than 2 million students are expected to participate in the third annual Mix It Up at Lunch Day on November 16, 2004.
Bryan Stevenson, director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) of Alabama, was honored by the National Lawyers Guilt for his commitment to justice and the struggle for equality. The Center supports EJI's work with a yearly grant.
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.