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The SPLC was instrumental in the first use of civil liability as a means of destroying domestic hate groups through monetary damage awards. The first such use was the $10 million civil suit filed in 1983 against the United Klans of America (UKA) by the family of Michael Donald who was lynched in 1981 by Henry Hays and James Knowles. That suit resulted in a $7 million award; even though only $50,000 was collected, that effectively bankrupted the UKA.
The Black Panther Movement and Terrorism from Below:
The Black Panther movement was a group dedicated to achieving civil equality for black people through the use of force against police and other instruments of government oppression. This clash initiated by the oppressed underclass against the established national government was a classic example of "terrorism from below."
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