Group was founded in 1997 to promote the fair and equal treatment under the law for all citizens without regard to race, gender, or ethnic origin. Includes articles, news, and contact information.
Grassroots advocacy organization focused on the elimination of racial and gender discrimination.
A national civil rights organization created to educate the public about racial and gender preferences.
Presents the case against preferences in admissions and hirings and rebuttals to arguments in favor; resources include U.S. Supreme Court decisions (with commentary), books, and essays.
An interview by Alicia Montgomery with University of California Regent Ward Connerly in which he defends his initiatives to end affirmative action programs in public universities. From Salon Magazine.
Article by Wendy McElroy stating exactly what affirmative action means to the workforce.
Formed in July, 2003 to seek and win a ballot proposal for a Constitutional amendment in Michigan to end the use race preferences in education, hiring, and other public services.