Organizations to Contact
The editors have compiled the following list of organizations concerned with the issues debated in this book. The descriptions are derived from materials provided by the organizations. All have publications or information available for interested readers. The list was compiled on the date of publication of the present volume; the information provided here may change. Be aware that many organizations take several weeks or longer to respond to inquiries, so allow as much time as possible.
802 Argyle Rd., Silver Spring, MD 20901
(301) 588-0778 • fax: (301) 589-0324
e-mail: email@example.com • website: http://www.adversity.net
Adversity.Net opposes racial discrimination against anyone, including racial discrimination against nonminorities. It publishes fact sheets and case histories regarding reverse discrimination.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
125 Broad St., 18th Fl., New York, NY 10004
(212) 549-2500 • fax: (212) 549-2646
The ACLU is a national organization that works to defend Americans’ civil rights as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. It works to establish equality before the law, regardless of race, color, sexual orientation, or national origin. The ACLU publishes and distributes policy statements, pamphlets, and the semiannual newsletter Civil Liberties Alert.
Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC)
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