A state worker safety agency has fined a Kentucky farm and ordered it to improve safety precautions for employees who were climbing rotting barn rafters to hang tobacco.

The schools recognized today by the SPLC created their own unique and exemplary activities to help break down social barriers and foster respect among students.

The SPLC demanded today that the superintendent of Fort Payne, Ala., schools end discriminatory enrollment practices after a Latino student was turned away from a high school and missed almost a semester.

Legislation signed by Mississippi’s governor will help reduce the state’s prison population and make sentencing more equitable; many drug offenders will get treatment instead of prison terms.

Children left behind in Alabama’s Black Belt region deserve more than education tax credits their families can’t use. An SPLC advocate wants lawmakers to look “endemic poverty” in the face.

In the wake of a report that found state expectations for teaching the civil rights movement remain woefully inadequate, the SPLC’s Teaching Tolerance project today issued a guide designed to help teachers and school leaders ensure their lessons about the movement are robust and meaningful to students. 

The SPLC represented six students in a Gulf Coast school system where minor rules violations resulted in long-term suspensions. Now, new procedures are making a big difference.

The human rights of U.S. meat and poultry workers are being routinely violated in plants where workers suffer crippling injuries because of excessive work speeds allowed by the federal government, the SPLC testified today.

A former guard tells about her experience working at a Hattiesburg, Miss., juvenile detention facility and why she leaked videotapes showing violence against children held there.

New DOE data shows that black children are far more likely to be suspended and expelled from school than their white peers. We must reform “zero tolerance” school policies that push children out of school.