ADL: White Supremacist Propaganda in New Jersey and Across Country Hit All-Time High in 2020 National average of 14 incidents per day; 120% increase in propaganda in New Jersey New York, NY, March 17, 2021 … White supremacist propaganda distribution surged across the United States in 2020, with a total 5,125 cases of racist, antisemitic and other hateful messages reported
ADL: White Supremacist Propaganda Hits All-Time High in New York and Nationwide in 2020 National average of 14 incidents per day; 79% increase in incidents in New York New York, NY, March 17, 2021 … White supremacist propaganda distribution surged across the United States in 2020, with a total 5,125 cases of racist, antisemitic and other hateful messages reported by
ADL New York/New Jersey mourns the passing of Jacques Wolf, who together with his late wife, Charlotte were committed to providing the tools and materials for educators to enhance their knowledge of the Holocaust and to learn strategies for providing accurate and authentic Holocaust education in the classroom. The ADL, USC Shoah Foundation, and Yad Vashem created the Echoes and
ADL has been monitoring extremist rhetoric surrounding the violence that erupted on January 6th at the U.S. Capitol. We have published a number of pieces about ongoing displays of antisemitism, right-wing extremism and the mainstreaming of hate. Click here for continuous and up-to-date information.
Please join us on Sunday, April 11th at 7:00 PM EST for a special program remembering the Holocaust and highlighting ongoing efforts to combat hate and antisemitism. Participants will hear from Israel Nitzan, Acting Consul General of Israel in New York Israel Nitzan, and Arthur Spielman, a Holocaust survivor. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Join ADL’s Northeast Division to explore the intersections of extremism, free speech, technology, and the future of public digital discourse. Examine how our widely shared digital spaces can enhance and disrupt the stability of our democracy. Explore how social media platforms can be used to incite violence. Learn how we can use our online voices to prevent hateful extremism. We