Applied Research Center
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
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.
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 for the Study of Academic Racism
Includes information on the organization, and its advisory counsel. Related links and photo gallery provided.
Myth of the Melting Pot: America's Racial and Ethnic Divides
Series of articles about race relations in America from the Washington Post Newspaper.
Prejudice and Discrimination
Links to treatment for this problem.
Works to advance racial justice through analysis and research. Based in New York and Oakland.
A research and public education project initiated by law professors Lani Guinier and Susan Sturm. Includes articles, interviews and the syllabus for a seminar.
Racial and Ethnic Policy Issues
Despite over three decades of a concerted effort to rectify past racial injustices, race remains a crucial aspect of American society with policy implications throughout our governmental systems.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
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 Role of Testing
A national report card on discrimination in America published by the Urban Institute.
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.
White Guilt and Black Power
Discussion of an article from the Wall Street Journal on FreeRepublic.
Working Class Whites
Explores the general treatment of working class whites in the media. Dealing with the areas of religion, race relations, work and lifestyle in defining working class whites as a unique social culture.