The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a Montgomery-based far-left activist organization, sent a delegation to Geneva, Switzerland, to make recommendations to the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC).
An attorney with Montgomery’s Southern Poverty Law Center gave an assessment to an international organization in Poland last week, insisting that governments around the world should crack down on what it deems to be “hateful ideologies.”
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced on Tuesday it is investigating whether or not the Alabama Department of Environmental Management engaged in racial discrimination when distributing funding for sanitation infrastructure.
D.A. King, a plaintiff in a defamation lawsuit against the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center, said in a podcast appearance on Monday that his case against the far-left activist organization is just “the beginning of the beginning.”
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said that under Alabama’s accessory and conspiracy provisions, those who help arrange and fund out-of-state abortions could be held criminally liable.
The city of Mobile’s LGBTQ liaisons and the Southwest Alabama Inclusion Project gathered Thursday for a “Queer Town Hall.”
At least 35 people were detained after a coordinated attack Sunday on the site of what has been dubbed “cop city” in Atlanta, and one of those charged is an attorney for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization that tracks and monitors what it considers hate groups.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has released information on growing tension and polarization between America’s political left and right.
By Craig Monger The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) pledged $100 million to "support voter engagement and pro-democracy groups...