Civil Liberties Monitoring Project The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP - say Climp ) is a non-profit organization devoted to attempting to correct abuses of civil liberties by the government. We do it by observing, recording, reporting, and if necessary going to court.
Elder Abuse Prevention EAP's mission is to coordinate, improve, and develop services which prevent and resolve the problems of elder abuse and promote cooperation within the service system.
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights LCCR is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights coalition committed to an America true to its promise of equal justice, equal opportunity, and mutual respect for all individuals.
Mike's Conservative Home Page, Affirmative Action Issue Presents views about the affirmative action issue in America. Links back to my main home page where other conservative issues and links to conservative sites are listed.
NAACP Online NAACP Online is the official site of the oldest, largest and most effective civil rights organization in the United States.
National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights-NYC Chapter NCPRR is a mass membership, activist, grassroots, civil rights organization dedicated to securing equality and an end to discrimination against Puerto Ricans and all oppressed groups in the US
ROY WILKINS MEMORIAL A unique memorial honoring Minnesota native and civil rights leader Roy Wilkins was dedicated on the State Capital Mall on Nov. 3, 1995.
The Liberty Bell is Ringing Site for public opinions, commentaries, on alternative lifestyles, corruption, civil rights, exposes.
The Antifascist Web (Philadelphia) Discover reports from Antifascist actions around the world, use links to other Antifascist related Web pages and read about the history of fascism and the Antifascist struggle!
The Blue Ribbon Campaign Blue Ribbon Campaign Introduction A blue ribbon is chosen as the symbol for the preservation of basic civil rights in the electronic world. The blue ribbon is of course insprired by the yellow POW/MIA and red AIDS/HIV ribbons,
White, Male and Clueless: The Fallacy of Caucasian Victimhood Nearly a century after the end of the Civil War, the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 finally forced America to live up its promise as a place where every person - regardless of race, gender or creed - had equal opportunity to succeed.