National Alliance pamphlets were distributed in Tombstone and this predominantly Hispanic community just two days before the Minuteman Project got going on April 2.
The Association of Education Publishers announced nominations for EdPress Distinguished Achievement Awards, and Center publications garnered five.
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.
Neo-Nazi hate group leader Matt Hale has received the maximum 40-year sentence for plotting to assassinate a federal judge in late 2002.
The governor of Mississippi on Friday signed a law seen as a milestone in efforts to change the way the state treats juvenile offenders.
Minuteman volunteers plan to conduct armed patrols to act as a "blocking force" against the "invasion" of undocumented immigrants from south of the border.
Counter-protesters geared up to defend an appearance by Judy Shepard to discuss her son Matthew's murder and the future of gay rights, but the Rev. Fred Phelps' parishioners falled to show.
An immigrant woman ordered to learn English by a Tennessee judge or risk losing parental rights to her child is being aided by the Center's legal team.
By approving the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2005, the Mississippi House has made a commitment to reform the state's notorious juvenile justice system.
SPLC's award-winning quarterly magazine reports on hate and extremism.
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Honoring the achievements and memory of those who lost their lives during the Civil Rights Movement.