Some of the articles in this packet are reprinted from the publication Intelligence Report published by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Located in Montgomery, Alabama, the Center is known for its years of courtroom accomplishments, legal victories against white supremacist groups, monitoring of hate activity across the country, national tolerance education and the Civil Rights Memorial. The Center was founded in 1971 by Morris Dees and Joe Levin, two Southern lawyers who shared a commitment to racial equality. More than 350,000 individual supporters throughout the country make financial contributions to the SPLC, ensuring its long-term success. No government funds are involved in the Center's work.
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