SLRC may refer to:

  • San Luis Río Colorado, a city in Sonora, Mexico
  • Saint Lucia Red Cross, a Society founded in 1949 as part of the British Red Cross, and created as an independent agency in 1983
  • Sierra Leone Red Cross Society, a Sierra Leone society, based in Freetown
  • Southern Legal Resource Center, a nonprofit legal center in the US state of South Carolina
  • Sri Lanka Rifle Corps, a reserve regiment of the Sri Lanka Army
  • Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, the national television system of Sri Lanka

Other articles related to "slrc":

Southern Legal Resource Center - SLRC Advocacy
... The SLRC, was the first law firm to promote a novel legal theory developed by Lyons that combined First Amendment protection with an interpretation of “National Origin ... recognition for “Confederate Southern Americans,” but Lyons and the SLRC still advocate for the group claiming an increase in the number of job-related. 1964 and Democratic Judges are hostile to almost all things Confederate.” The SLRC has supported the rights of students to use and display Confederate symbols ...
Mervyn Silva - Relations With Media
... stormed the offices Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation where Silva assaulted SLRC's news director T ... SLRC employees then took Silva hostage and demanded he apologise ... When Silva refused the SLRC employees assaulted him ...
Southern Legal Resource Center - History
... The SLRC was founded in 1995 by a group of four attorneys Carl A ... In 1996, the SLRC successfully defended the “Blacksburg (SC) 7” and in 1999 sued a Greenville, South Carolina, private academy on behalf of Dr ... In 2004 the SLRC hired advertising executive and Southern activist Roger McCredie as its full-time Executive Director ...
Southern Legal Resource Center - Criticism
... The SLRC has drawn extensive fire from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which has frequently attacked the SLRC by citing Lyons' pre-SLRC defense of some controversial right-wing figures such as Aryan Nations ... called Southern Legal's fundraising practices “deceitful” citing, for example, "the SLRC Web site detailed two disputes under a headline that read 'Cases Pending,' implying that ... Lyons actually did very little for them." In 1997 Kirk Lyons and SLRC Director Neill Payne befriended Asheville NAACP President H ...