Far-right groups attacking the SPLC claim that the group has lost its credibility because it has targeted groups such as the Family Research Council and others on the far right.
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The Twitter campaign has ended, but sit-ins and weekly meetings have continued across Nigeria.
Housing Authority in Indiana Owes $70,000 After Alleged Discrimination Against Women, Disabled Tenants
The seven-page suit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice claimed that the housing authority did not make accommodations for disabled tenants, and that employees made unwelcome comments about female tenants' bodies and appearance.
‘No Nazis, No KKK, No Fascist UVA’: One Month After Charlottesville Violence, Students Shroud Jefferson Statue
While surrounding the statue, student protesters read a list of ten demands addressed to UVA President Teresa Sullivan.
As researchers note in a new study, “the ability to access abortion care when needed—even if more than once—should be prioritized.”
The plan is far better than what we have now. But there are some other options that could go further.