Learning for Justice is a project and educational arm of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC),  a left-of-center watchdog criticized for falsely accusing mainstream right-leaning and center-right organizations of being far-right, racist, and violent extremists.  Learning for Justice produces educational articles, guides, films, webinars and workshops to advance the SPLC’s mission and objectives for K-12 educators. 
Learning for Justice was founded in 1991 by the SPLC, originally under the name Teaching for Tolerance,  to produce free educational materials to advance its parent organization’s mission.  The organization’s flagship magazine is sent to 450,000 educators twice annually. 
Perspectives for a Diverse America
One of the notable educational modules produced by Learning for Justice is Perspectives for a Diverse America.  The module falls under the organization’s “anti-bias” curriculum, a catch-all term used by Learning for Justice to refer to an outlook that seeks to explain and analyze all societal problems through a racial lens and emphasizes the need for solutions that privilege some groups over others along racial lines. 
In addition to educational content focused on race and gender, Learning for Justice produces LGBT educational content.  In an article publicizing the LGBT modules for K-12 educators, Learning for Justice claims that “[a]cross the United States, and especially in the South, politicians [are] intent on disenfranchising racially and culturally diverse communities and maintaining inequitable power structures.”  In an interview with a student whose school participated in a Learning for Justice program, the student repeated revisionist history taught in the module, praising the program and stating, “That [LGBT] history isn’t taught anywhere. Like, the guy who basically won World War II for us was a gay man. We never discussed that; nobody ever said his name.” 
Learning for Justice opposes laws that seek to give parents a voice in what teachers can use as source material for lesson plans on issues related to race and gender and have opposed laws that seek to ensure that parents, and not teachers, decide what their children should learn in relation to issues of race and gender. 
Learning for Justice Magazine
Learning for Justice produces a bi-annual magazine.  The magazine touches on various issues relating to teaching race and gender in social science courses and vehemently opposes laws that seek to limit critical race theory and allow parental scrutiny of gender-issues curriculums.
Jalaya Liles Dunn is the director of Learning for Justice.  Prior to joining the organization, Liles Dunn was the national director of the CDF Freedom Schools program for the left-of-center Children’s Defense Fund.