Monthly Blog Archives: May 2014

ADL Participates in Panel on Influence of Social Media

On Thursday, May 22, 2014, ADL took part in a panel discussion called “#Impact Now: The Influence of Social Media,” which took place at a conference organized by the Nassau County chapter of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization. A researcher from ADL’s national Research Center presented on how the internet and social media are increasingly used as a weapon against

2014 No Place For Hate® Recognition Ceremony

Wednesday, May 21, 2014: Nearly 500 students and educators from 76 schools in New York and New Jersey were designated as “No Place For Hate®” during a ceremony at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts to celebrate the amazing work they did to fight hate and bias. Schools become certified as ‘No Place For Hate’  by using ADL’s resources

ADL New York Supports Historic Landmark Status of Jackie Robinson’s Former Home

On May 19, 2014, ADL New York joined Senator Chuck Schumer, U.S. Representative Yvette Clarke and New York Council Member Jumanee Williams at a press conference calling for the New York City Landmarks Preservation Committee to grant landmark status to Jackie Robinson’s former home in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. The press conference, spearheaded by Council Member Williams, was held in front

ADL New York Outreach Network Event with Dr. Prabhjot Singh

  ADL New York’s Outreach Network, a division of the Next Generation Philanthropy Community, joined Dr. Prabhjot Singh on May 14, 2014  for an intimate conversation discussing his work with ADL, commonalities between the Sikh and Jewish communities, and anti-Sikh bias in the United States and abroad. Dr. Singh was a victim of a violent hate crime and spoke about