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The Anti-Defamation League -- Offers backgrounds on racist organizations, opinion pieces and forms for contacting the ADL and Congress about incidents of anti-Semitism.

Center for Equal Opportunity -- A Washington DC based think tank devoted to investigating issues such as affirmative action, immigration and bilingual education.

Southern Regional Council -- Promote racial justice, protect democratic rights and broaden civic participation in the Southern United States.

UN 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."

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission -- The federal agency charged with rooting out workplace discrimination

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee -- A civil rights organization designed to protect Americans of Arab descent against discrimination and media stereotyping.

The 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

National 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.

Hispanic Online -- To offer more news, resources and entertainment options that are relevant to Latinos.

ABCFlash -- 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 -- 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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