A lawsuit on behalf of imprisoned diabetics ensures a constitutional level of care.
Through a combination of legal action and grassroots community efforts, Center attorneys are working to overhaul Mississippi's brutal juvenile justice system.
Over 7,000 schools participated in the second national Mix It Up at Lunch Day, accepting the challenge to take new seats and see what would happen.
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, defendant in the Center's successful Glassroth v. Moore lawsuit, was removed from office today by Alabama's judicial ethics court.
On the second annual Mix It Up at Lunch Day, 300,000 students will swap seats in school cafeterias and challenge social boundaries.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's Supreme Court appeal of Glassroth v. Moore, the successful Ten Commandments case, was rejected today.
Richard Cohen has been named the Center's new president and CEO. Cohen served recently as the Center's general counsel and vice president for programs.
An advanced, unique data system helps the Center monitor hate.
Teaching Tolerance releases its new publication for higher ed, '10 Ways to Fight Hate on Campus.'
Judge Myron Thompson ruled in favor of plaintiff Stephen Glassroth in Glassroth v. Moore, finding that the Ten Commandments monument constitutes a "religious sanctuary within the walls of a courthouse," and must be removed from public view.
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.