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Hate & Extremism
December 10, 2010

SPLC President Richard Cohen and SPLC's Intelligence Project Director Mark Potok held a live webcast Dec. 7, 2010 to discuss the addition of anti-gay organizations, including the Family Research Council, to SPLC's hate group list.

Children's Rights
November 30, 2010

Access Denied exposes numerous systemic failures plaguing the New Orleans public education system. The SPLC and allied organizations also called on the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) to review the report, which examines the barriers to public education facing New Orleans public school students and their families.

Immigrant Justice
November 22, 2010

This week, as we celebrate our nation’s bounty and give thanks for the blessings in our lives, most of us probably won’t think very much about the people who do the backbreaking labor that puts food on our plates. We should.

Immigrant Justice
November 16, 2010

Mujeres inmigrantes indocumentadas en la industria alimenticia en los Estados Unidos rutinariamente soportan acoso sexual, robos en sus salarios y otros abusos mientras proveen un agotador trabajo que produce la comida que millones de Americanos comen todos los días, esto de acuerdo a un reporte publicado hoy por el Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

Children's Rights
November 16, 2010

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Jackson, MS civil rights attorney Robert B. McDuff today filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the for-profit operators of Mississippi's Walnut Grove Youth Correctional Facility (WGYCF), charging that the children there are forced to live in barbaric and unconstitutional conditions and are subjected to excessive uses of force by prison staff. 

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