Charity Navigator – Rating for Southern Poverty Law Center

Human and Civil Rights : Advocacy and Education

three stars

85.50

400 Washington Avenue Montgomery,AL36104 tel: (888) 414-7752 Web Site EIN: 63-0598743

Board Leadership Alan B. Howard Chair

CEO Richard CohenPresident

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