Transgender students thrive when school restroom policies respect their gender identity.
Students from Brooklyn’s Mary McDowell Friends School used a readathon to raise donations for the SPLC, but the young students’ dedication to civil rights reaches beyond one fundraiser.
They were sentenced to die in 1973 for a rape they didn't commit, but found freedom after Morris Dees and the SPLC took on the racially charged North Carolina case.
Far more common than incidents of police brutality in schools are the everyday encounters with police that result in suspensions, expulsions and arrests that criminalize ordinary children.
Nearly 300,000 visitors have passed through the doors of the center created by the SPLC to deepen people’s understanding of the civil rights movement.
SPLC events in four states highlight the need to reform the justice system to treat children like children.
A recent SPLC study found that three-quarters of recent domestic terrorist attacks or plots were the work of one person.
Schools across the country expected to participate today in signature Teaching Tolerance event.
Tall tales popular on the political right are distorting mainstream politics and undermining democracy.
An SPLC community advocate describes how a Louisiana student’s embarrassing classroom accident led to him being arrested and expelled from school.