The decision by the Staten Island grand jury not to indict any of the police officers involved in choking Eric Garner to death in August cries out for an explanation.

Ferguson events have made vivid how wide the gulf is between the police and those who are policed in our nation’s communities.

As the president took action to allow more undocumented immigrants to remain in the United States, the SPLC released a major report examining the possible rebirth of the nativist extremist movement that roiled the country from 2005 to 2011.

President Obama has taken a commonsense approach to provide a measure of security to immigrant families as Congress continues to debate reform.

After notifying more than half of New Orleans public schools that their enrollment and registration practices discriminate against children because of their immigration status or that of their parents, the SPLC reported today that the majority of the city’s schools now have enrollment forms that comply with federal law. 

El Presidente Obama ha puesto el foco en proveer una medida de seguridad para las familias inmigrantes mientras el Congreso sigue debatiendo reformas.  

The SPLC is observing TDOR to honor the lives lost to hate crimes and is fighting for the rights of transgender Americans; people like Ashley Diamond, a 34-year-old African-American woman currently incarcerated in a men’s prison in Georgia.

The SPLC president attends a Berlin conference on anti-Semitism and reminds us that the battle against such bigotry is everyone’s fight, one that Americans cannot afford to ignore.

A quarter century ago, 6,000 people gathered in Montgomery, Alabama, to witness the dedication of the nation’s first memorial to the martyrs of the civil rights movement. Today, the Civil Rights Memorial remains a solemn tribute to sacrificed lives and a reminder that the march for racial and social justice continues.

Voting rights are being eroded by new state laws, to the consternation of many, including one elderly Alabama women who paid poll taxes and took literacy tests during the Jim Crow era.