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Karam: Giving a Future to Syrian Refugee ChildrenA couple months ago, the world was moved by a photograph of a young, lifeless Syrian child washed up on a Turkish beach. The death of this boy, Alan Kurdi,... more
For over twenty years I have made a small monthly donation to Results, a nonpartisan grassroots political lobby whose mission... more »
Has a great reputation and good network of contacts in Washington and achieves far more in terms of providing quality information... more »
I went in for a screening and was incredibly scared. They put me right at ease and handled themselves with a professionalism... more »
- Ft. Collins, CO
Before beginning my internship, I looked forward to having a very fulfilling summer experience. I have never seen such wasteful... more »
VERY ACCOMMODATING , EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE. PLAN ON DONATING AGAIN! more »
- Louisville, KY
I served as a volunteer interpreter for their Political Asylum Program and was very impressed with the level of organization and... more »
- San Francisco, CA
SAF is the organization that brought you Heller v DC, McDonald v Chicago, and many other pending lawsuits in California, New York,... more »
- Bellevue, WA
This is an outstanding group of individuals that come together each year to bring about the best Los Angeles Pride season possible... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
Queens Pride House serves communities in Queens, mainly those identifying as LGBT. For 16 years, it has functioned as a bulwark... more »
- Jackson Heights, NY
Oregon Toxics Alliance has a new name, Beyond Toxics, which indicates the forward thinking of this public health advocacy group.... more »
- Eugene, OR
Civil rights exist to protect every race, gender, age, and religion from discrimination. Civil rights movements have occurred throughout history promoting these freedoms, but there is still much to fight for.
It is important to demonstrate the value of learning and accepting a different culture. Fortunately, many organizations exist to teach us that everyone deserves the same freedoms, regardless of what they believe or the color of their skin.
You can help promote tolerance in your community, too. Get involved now by finding a civil rights nonprofit near you.