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June 04, 2014

An investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) has found that for many people incarcerated in Alabama’s state prisons, a sentence is more than a loss of freedom. Prisoners, including those with disabilities and serious physical and mental illnesses, are condemned to penitentiaries where systemic indifference, discrimination and dangerous – even life-threatening – conditions are the norm.

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March 31, 2014

Virtually none of the outlandish claims about Agenda 21 are true. Yet, as with all such baseless propaganda, the hysteria over it has had the effect of poisoning any kind of rational discussion of the very real challenges we face — challenges that are essential to tackle head-on in an increasingly complex and stressed world.

Publication
March 31, 2014

Stormfront, the leading white supremacist Web forum, has another distinction — murder capital of the Internet.

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November 06, 2013

This publication will aid agencies and organizations in implementing the Youth Family Team Meeting (YFTM) concept to help youth in the family court system. The YFTM offers a low-cost intervention to address the actual causes of a child’s misbehavior, while including the family in the process of inventing new, innovative service plans that use community resources.

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July 09, 2013

This report examines how hard-line U.S. religious-right groups that have spent decades demonizing LGBT people are focusing their attention – and propaganda – on a legal battle over the criminalization of LGBT sex in Belize, the outcome of which could affect criminal statutes in as many as a dozen other Caribbean countries.

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June 03, 2013

Durante a maior parte da história americana, pessoas LGBT neste país foram estigmatizadas, presas, violentamente atacadas e severamente discriminadas. E atualmente elas ainda são a população mais suscetível a ser vítima de crimes violentos de ódio, de acordo com o FBI. Porém, o movimento moderno dos direitos dos homossexuais, que começou com a explosão de frustração de 1969, conhecida como rebelião de Stonewall, tem feito progressos inesperadamente extraordinários, especialmente nos últimos anos.

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