The new song urges Mississippi to remove the Confederate battle flag from its state flag.
As an election-year approaches, we offer strategies to engage students in the democratic process.
The town is violating the rights of the poor with a practice outlawed almost 200 years ago.
Suspensions are just one of the ways schools are meting out shockingly cruel punishments for minor school infractions.
A landscaping contractor promised the U.S. government it would pay Mexican guest workers the “prevailing wage” of up to $11 an hour but instead paid only the minimum wage of $7.25.
Diamond was denied medically necessary treatment and repeatedly assaulted during more than three years in male prisons.
After the storm, the SPLC opened an office in New Orleans to advocate for vulnerable children and migrant workers who helped rebuild the city.
The program, providing detained immigrants with a connection to the outside world, was shut down after detainees filed a civil rights complaint alleging abuse at the facility.
Today, while Julian’s family scattered his ashes at sea, his Southern Poverty Law Center family and friends gathered at the Civil Rights Memorial to remember him.
First SPLC president dies at 75