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February 08, 2016

Alabama legislators have been entrusted with great responsibility.

Each year, they face decisions that shape the future of this state and its people for generations. As this legislative guide by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) makes clear, the 2016 session is no exception.

January 28, 2016

This report features stories from women swept up in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that began on Jan. 2, 2016. The report by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights found that the federal government has engaged in a needlessly aggressive – and potentially unconstitutional – act against immigrants with these home raids that targeted women and children from Central America.

January 27, 2016

Este informe presenta historias de mujeres recogidas en las redadas de Inmigración y Aduanas que comenzaron el 2 de enero de 2016. El informe del Southern Poverty Law Center y la Alianza Latina de Georgia para los Derechos Humanos concluyó que el gobierno federal ha participado en una acción innecesariamente agresiva – y posiblemente inconstitucional – contra inmigrantes al realizar estos allanamientos de sus hogares, dirigidos principalmente contra mujeres y niños provenientes de Centroamérica.

January 01, 2016

We put together a short overview of the kinds of projects and ideas your SPLC on Campus club might be interested in undertaking. Though there is no limit to the many ways you can help advance the SPLC's pursuit of justice and equality, we believe these activities are a great starting point.

February 12, 2015

Domestic terrorism and related radical violence — as opposed to terrorist attacks emanating from abroad — continue to plague the nation. This study also reveals that the vast majority of this violence is coming from “lone wolves” or “leaderless resistance” groups, most of the latter composed of just two men.

January 26, 2015

The Southern Poverty Law Center gathered hundreds of stories of everyday bigotry from people across the United States. They told their stories through e-mail, personal interviews and at roundtable discussions in four cities. People spoke about encounters in stores and restaurants, on streets and in schools. No matter the location or relationship, the stories echo each other.