The Southern Poverty Law Center is hiring!
And not just for one position, either. If you follow that link you’ll see dozens of openings.
On the one hand, this is not surprising as the $PLC has more money than God. On the other hand, why can’t a wealthy and respected organization fill positions perfect for all the chronically underemployed Leftist millennials with Liberal Arts degrees and a (secular) messianic drive to destroy all the bad (i.e. us) in the world?
A few reasons:
One, as noted by Left-Twitter caricature @Femminnisting above, nobody wants to live in Montgomery, AL. Several reviews of the $PLC on Glass Door (where current and former employees review what it’s like to work at different businesses) make note of the terrible location as well. This is strange to me. Given that it is 56.6 percent black, the city must be a paradise. After all, every other majority black city in America is a great place to live.
Two, it does not have a reputation for being a great place to work. Looking at Glass Door reviews, there is a consistent complaint that upper management is incompetent, cliquish, and completely unwilling to let newcomers rise in the ranks.
Three, it is old news. The $PLC is in the mold of a Left from generations past, where Goodwhites and Jews face off against bad whites. With increased demographic change, this structure is not so popular anymore. Why work for Baby Boomer whites in a poor Southern city when you could work for hip Hispanic-activists in Los Angeles or New York City? The future of anti-white NGOs is not the $PLC or the ADL, it is Movimiento Cosecha, Black Lives Matter, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán, and their ilk—in other words, non-white identitarians.
Having said all of that, if you are qualified for any of the listed positions, please apply. There would be a great benefit to having a Dissident Right spy (sorry, "informant" ) on the inside. You should be able to pull it off. Not only is the $PLC evil, it is also stupid—they list the headquarters of VDARE.com as being in Warrenton, Virginia. So give it a try, I’ll bet it would be fun for a few months.