Contact: Lindsey Sokol email@example.com (646) 599-3827 for one-on-one interviews with an ADL NY/NJ representative ADL WELCOMES PASSAGE OF RESOLUTION CONDEMNING HATE AND EXTREMISM IN NJ ASSEMBLY AND SENATE NEW YORK, NY … ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) welcomed today’s passage by the New Jersey State Legislature of a resolution condemning hate and extremism and denouncing the Jan. 6 domestic
Contact: Lindsey Sokol firstname.lastname@example.org (646) 599-3827 for one-on-one interviews with an ADL NY/NJ representative ADL Condemns Antisemitic Harassment & Altercations in Brooklyn Related to the Middle East Conflict New York, New York, May 23, 2021…. ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) expressed outrage and condemnation of two incidents reported in Brooklyn last night, both of which involved groups of individuals harassing Orthodox
In 2020, antisemitic incidents remained at a historically high level across the U.S. with a total of 2,024 incidents of assault, harassment and vandalism reported to ADL. Last year saw the third-highest number of reported incidents against American Jews since ADL started tracking the data in 1979.
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 NY/NJ April Newsletter Released CLICK HERE TO READ FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE – Fighting Hate Online: Navigating Antisemitism on Social Media – ADL Tracking Antisemitism – FHFH: Under Attack: The Surge of Antisemitism During the Conflict in Israel and the Region – Regional Day of Action: Report an Incident – Educational Resources & Opportunities – ADL NY/NJ Speaks Out
In conjunction with Pride Month, our next event in the National Education Read-Aloud series is Thurs, June 3rd at 3pm ET and will feature Stonewall award-winning author, Alex Gino. Alex is an advocate for LGBTQIA+ communities and the award-winning author of George, a book about a 4th grade transgender girl who struggles to be herself to the outside world. Alex will be reading excerpts from their book, followed by Q&A.