The Southern Poverty Law Center, founded in 1971, is an United States nonprofit legal advocacy organization confronting hate, intolerance, and discrimination through education and litigation.
Intelligence Project - tracks and exposes United States hate groups and other domestic terrorist activities
Teaching Tolerance - promotes educational equality and tolerance through books, films, and programs
Legal history online research database provides content from law school journals, legal news serials,, and law-related periodicals. Database also contains the Congressional Record Bound volumes, U.S. Reports back to 1754, famous world trials dating back to the early 1700’s, legal classics from the 16th to the 20th centuries, and global governance documents.
LexisNexis Academic is a multi-layered global database featuring news media, business information, and legal resources. Mass media layer includes broadcast transcripts, newspapers, magazines, journals, trade publications, wire services, and government publications. The business and financial news layer features company reports, industry reports, market research, and SEC filings. LexisNexis Academic legal database layer contains primary source material: case law, legislation, statutes, and regulations and; secondary source materials legal news and law reviews.
Provides federal legislative history information including access to a wide range of Congressional documents, published and unpublished hearings, reports and committee reports: Congressional Hearings (1824 through 2013); Congressional Committee Prints (1830 to present); Congressional Record (1789 to 1997); Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports (1916 to present) and; Unpublished Hearings (1824 to latest available).