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Group was founded in 1997 to promote the fair and equal treatment under the law for all citizens without regard to race, gender, or ethnic origin. includes articles, news and contact information.
Direct action group which protests fascist and neo-nazi activities. News and information about history, pictures, and events, as well as downloads, merchandise, and mailing list information.
Applied Research Center
About ARC. A public policy, educational and research institute whose work emphasizes issues of race and social change. Includes news, view points and contact information.
Citizens for Nonviolent Action Against Racism
Citizens For Nonviolent Action Against Racism (CINAAR), was co-founded by Lisa Anderson and Spencer L. Hamm, in response to the Aryan Nations yearly conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and particularly the KKK style Christian cross burning in the front yard of Spencer L. Hamm and Toni Scott's Spokane Valley home on August 20, 1988. CINAAR pledged then as now to fight racism in the Inland Northwest and abroad by educating the community on equality for all. This organization was founded in 1988 in response to the Aryan Nation's yearly conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Includes related links and contact information.
Citizens' Initiative on Race and Ethnicity
Examines how the realities of race affect the significant social problems that exist in America.
A non Eurocentric world view for promoting self-examination and cross-cultural understanding among people of color.
Congress of Racial Equality
Includes information on the organization, its views, activities and contact data.
Institute of Race Relations (IRR)
IRR news, independent race and refugee news network. London-based thinktank on the struggle for racial justice in the UK, Europe and around the world.
Learn to Question
Educational and research site by Boston Latin School students on human rights, genocide, propaganda, tolerance, and identity.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Religious persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Pakistan continues. Blasphemy Laws are being used against religious minorities specially Ahmadis to harass them. Millions of religious minority people are living in Pakistan under a constant threat to be falsly implicated in any such case on the basis of personal enimity. Anti-Ahmadiyya laws prohibit Ahmadis to profess, practice and preach their belief. Dealing with the issues of religious persecution faced by Ahmadiyya Muslims in Pakistan. Contain news, photographs and contact information.
The Melton Foundation
Sponsors annual symposia for intercultural exchange among university students. Information about bridging cultures, timetable, outreach programs, and other projects.
The Transborder Initiative For Tolerance And Human Rights
The initiative to encourage tolerance and understanding among people of different ethnic groups, races, nationalities, religions, cultures, social backgrounds and other minorities that face discrimination.