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Whenever Lakendra Cook sees a police officer, her heart starts pounding.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this week postponed the removal of Spanish-language journalist Manuel Duran for two weeks.
Mulugeta Seraw was standing on a corner in Portland, Oregon, when they spotted him.
A new report released this week by the Arkansas Department of Human Services shows that more than 3,800 additional residents were stripped of their Medicaid coverage in October.
A federal judge has rejected neo-Nazi leader Andrew Anglin’s attempt to dismiss an SPLC lawsuit seeking to hold him accountable for orchestrating a campaign of terror against a Jewish woman and her family in Montana.
Thirty years ago this month, a group of racist skinheads savagely beat an Ethiopian college student to death on a street in Portland, Oregon – an attack that sparked an SPLC lawsuit that decimated the neo-Nazi group responsible for the murder.
The state of Louisiana and its law enforcement agencies have failed to comply with Louisiana law requiring data collection and publication on traffic stops, according to a report that the SPLC released today.
SPLC client Manuel Duran, the Spanish-language journalist who was unlawfully arrested and detained in April in retaliation for reporting on controversial issues related to law enforcement in Tennessee, could be deported at any time.