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Anti-Defamation League -- Offers backgrounds on racist organizations,
opinion pieces and forms for contacting the ADL and Congress about
incidents of anti-Semitism.
for Equal Opportunity -- A Washington DC based think tank devoted
to investigating issues such as affirmative action, immigration
and bilingual education.
Regional Council -- Promote racial justice, protect democratic
rights and broaden civic participation in the Southern United States.
World Conference Against Racism -- "The mission of the Office
of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
is to protect and promote all human rights for all."
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission -- The federal agency
charged with rooting out workplace discrimination
Anti-Discrimination Committee -- A civil rights organization
designed to protect Americans of Arab descent against discrimination
and media stereotyping.
National Urban League -- One of the US's oldest civil rights
groups, the National Urban League works to further social and economic
equality for African Americans
Association for the Advancement of Colored People --
For more than nine decades has fought and won many battles to end
racism, and injustice, and to eliminate the remaining barriers to
freedom and equality for all Americans.
Online -- To offer more news, resources and entertainment options
that are relevant to Latinos.
-- To empower Asians by becoming the number one Asian Internet media
company and leading source for information, interaction, entertainment,
education and commerce in the global Asian market.
-- HateWatch is a web based not for profit that monitors the evolving
problem of online bigotry. HateWatch was originally a Harvard University
library guide called "A Guide to Hate Groups on the Internet". Soon
the scope of this guide grew too large for a library web page and
the need for a more activist orientated organization was obvious.
So in 1996, with the assistance and hard work of a few people, HateWatch
began and started to actively monitor and confront bigots on the
web. We offer assistance to academicians, activists and victims
of hate crimes. HateWatch is a private organization and has no affiliation
with Harvard University.
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