The brutal mass killing at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College has the earmarks of a classic hate crime – all indications are that the shooter selected his victims on the basis of their religion.
SPLC lawsuit continues on behalf of other students.
Judge rules that Birmingham police violated the constitutional rights of students by using excessive force for minor discipline problems, such as “backtalking” and “challenging authority.”
The SPLC’s $14 million verdict against the company this year led to a settlement of 11 remaining suits.
Award honors five teachers preparing students for diverse society.
The company has agreed to implement a new policy prohibiting such discrimination.
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.