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Colleges are Failing to Fight Antisemitism on Their Campuses

In a time of incredible volatility on college campuses, ADL’s Campus Antisemitism Report CardTM is a new comprehensive tool that evaluates antisemitism on college and university campuses. Find out how schools are responding to and combatting antisemitism and protecting Jewish students.

Stand With Israel

In the aftermath of the Hamas terrorist invasion of Israel when more than 1,400 Israelis were murdered and over 230 children, women and men were kidnapped and taken hostage in Gaza, there has been a shocking increase in antisemitism in the U.S. and around the world. Stay informed and take action.

Campus Anti-Israel Activity Often Marked by Vilification of Zionists and Support for Terror, ADL Finds

New report identifies a broad range of disturbing anti-Israel and anti-Zionist activities, including expressions of support for U.S.-designated terror groups that target Israel and antisemitic messaging geared toward ostracizing Zionists and Zionism from campus life.

Online Hate and Harassment Reaches Record Highs, ADL Survey Finds

More than half of all Americans (52%) say they have experienced online hate or harassment in their lifetimes. Reports of hate and harassment increased by nearly every measure and within almost every demographic group in the last 12 months.

ADL Celebrates Opening of New Boro Park, Brooklyn Office with Community Leaders

New York, NY, April 27, 2023… ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) today held a press conference celebrating the opening of its new satellite office at the Boro Park JCC in Brooklyn, New York to serve the widening needs of the local Jewish community in that borough, which has experienced a disproportionate rise in antisemitic attacks in recent years. The new office

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ADL Celebrates Nearly 200,000 Students Completing the No Place for Hate Program

Keynote Address from New York City Public Schools Chancellor David S. Banks New York, NY, June 4, 2024… ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) New York/New Jersey is thrilled to announce the recognition of 325 schools for the 2023-2024 school year who were designated “No Place for Hate” in the New York/New Jersey region. Last month, ADL welcomed 600 students and educators

In 2023, Antisemitic Incidents in New Jersey More Than Double The Previous Year’s Record High

  New York, NY, April 16, 2024… According to new data released by ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) today, reported antisemitic incidents in 2023 rose by a stunning 103% in New Jersey, reaching 830 total incidents – the highest number ever recorded by ADL in the state and the third-highest number recorded in any state across the country last year. This

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Colleges are Failing to Fight Antisemitism on Their Campuses

In a time of incredible volatility on college campuses, ADL’s Campus Antisemitism Report CardTM is a new comprehensive tool that evaluates antisemitism on college and university campuses. Find out how schools are responding to and combatting antisemitism and protecting Jewish students.

Stand With Israel

In the aftermath of the Hamas terrorist invasion of Israel when more than 1,400 Israelis were murdered and over 230 children, women and men were kidnapped and taken hostage in Gaza, there has been a shocking increase in antisemitism in the U.S. and around the world. Stay informed and take action.