SPLC: Table of Contents
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- History of the Southern Poverty Law Center: Find out how the law firm with a businessman and a debt collector evolved into the foundation it is.

- The Intelligence Project: This project has evolved over the decades into a database of information now used and shared with the government and others.

- Tolerance: Learn about the tolerance programs the Center has developed as a part of their education programs.

- Teaching Tolerance: The SPLC was described in 1971 and today in 2001 as a "not-for-profit legal and educational foundation." One of the ways the Center has found to promote tolerance and fight hate is through education.

- The Civil Rights Memorial: A history lesson, reflection, and symbol of hope.

- Landmark Cases: Cases that challenged the ways of the South to fight for freedom and justice.


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