Monthly Blog Archives: March 2014

Profile In Leadership: Lawrence W. Bahr

Name: Lawrence W. Bahr   Community: Chappaqua, New York Occupation: Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley 1. How did you get involved with ADL? I first got involved shortly after 9/11. I wanted to see how I could make a difference in the battle against hate and prejudice. ADL was exactly what I was looking for- an organization that went beyond fundraising to directly affect

ADL Albany and Representative Maloney Team Up to Combat Bullying

On March 22, 2014, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney hosted the Hudson Valley Bullying Prevention Summit in Newburgh, New York. Parents, students and teachers from schools in the surrounding counties were invited to attend. The summit offered participants specific tools and strategies for combating bullying and cyberbullying. Throughout the day participants heard from students as well as various experts on the

Over 350 Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference

Over 350 commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference on Tuesday, March 11th at the Times Center in New York City.  It was titled The topic, American Democracy in the 21st Century: Voting Rights, Redistricting and Campaign Finance. The conference was moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, President & CEO of the National Constitution Center – featured an esteemed

ADL Develops New Curriculum for College Students

On February 10, the Anti-Defamation League launched the pilot of a new interactive program designed to empower and equip college and college-bound students with effective responses to combat anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias on campus. Words to Action: Empowering Jewish Students to Address Bias on Campus, is a new curriculum based on ADL’s successful Confronting Anti-Semitism (CAS) program model for middle