Government agencies have repeatedly proven themselves to be abusive.
Southern Poverty Law Center
There were four times as many incidents of physical restraint against students the year after Florida doubled the number of police in its schools.
Some places are releasing nonviolent offenders during the COVID-19 outbreak. Mississippi won't free a man who failed to hand in his phone.
Media watchdogs should not outsource their fact-checking to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Southern Poverty Law Center Is Both a Terrible Place to Work and a Place That Does Terrible Work
Top executives are departing amidst reports of racial and sexual harassment.
Black people in Alabama are more than four times as likely to be arrested for a marijuana offense, according to a new report.
Frivolous defamation lawsuits undermine the First Amendment.
A well-intentioned new policy threatens the violent, angry music we know and love.
"Mexican culture cannot be reduced to tacos, oversized sombreros and piñatas." True, but those shouldn't be off-limits either.
But its illiberal tactics against liberal Muslim reformers remain extremely troubling.
Branding dissenters as haters undercuts its effectiveness.
The threat of domestic terrorism is frequently used to crack down on dissent.
A civil rights lawsuit says a state judge and a private company are effectively holding defendants for ransom.
Do its numbers tell a story?
The question shouldn't be which groups the program ought to target. It's whether the program should exist at all.
FOP president calls the products "offensive," wants them removed.
The Southern Poverty Law Center says yes, predictably.
The Southern Poverty Law Center Has Little Authority to Claim Trump Has Driven Up School Bullying Rates
Trump is definitely a bully, but are things really that bad in American schools?
Trump Effect? School Bullying Isn't Increasing, But Hillary Clinton Wants to Spend $500 Million Fighting It
Clinton and Co. blame Trump from a rise in bullying that may not even be happening.
Sen. Bob Casey Wants to Ban Gun Sales to "Anyone Reasonably Suspected to be Guilty" of Misdemeanor Hate Crimes
One need only be suspected of an ineffective "feel-good law" to be deprived of rights.
On WHYY in Philadelphia from 11 to 12 ET
Despite unsubstantiated claims that police planted evidence on black men, credible accusations of systemic racism and police malfeasance remain.
Taking a closer look at the data
The weekly gets both the past and the present wrong.
Does it live up to CNN's hype about domestic right-wing terror? You decide.
Reporter interviews source about murderer, doesn't ask about murderer's apparent fondness for source's organization.
Alex Wagner's comfort zone
Opened fire at Family Research Council headquarters after classification by Southern Poverty Law Center
Fearmongering with the SPLC
Says risk of domestic violence increasing
The case of Floyd Corkins
Revisiting the Brown Scare of 2009-10.