Thousands of students near Montgomery, Ala., walked Thursday, not only to mark Rosa Park's historic act, but to look forward.
Jerry Mitchell, an investigative reporter for The (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger, will be recognized tonight at Columbia University for his effort to bring Klan killers to justice.
A former Southern Poverty Law Center client whose case led to the downfall of two of the nation's most militant Klan leaders was recently honored for his advocacy work in rural North Carolina.
The real number of hate crimes in the United States is more than 15 times higher than FBI statistics reflect, according to a stunning new government report.
In the days after Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks died, educators contacted the Center voicing their appreciation for Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks.
Hundreds of mourners paid their respects Friday to a Civil Rights icon who changed their city and the nation.
Through a special letter-writing campaign, Teaching Tolerance's supporters thank educators for their anti-bias efforts in schools.
The mother of the Civil Rights Movement has died. Her dignified defiance in the face of segregation helped this nation understand the power of nonviolent protest to create a more just world.
Thousands of Center supporters and friends traveled from across the country to gather in Montgomery for the dedication of the new Civil Rights Memorial Center and the Wall of Tolerance.
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.