Monthly Blog Archives: October 2014

ADL New York Region’s Westchester Advisory Committee Hosts First Annual Event

On Tuesday, October 21st, approximately 80 guests attended the ADL in Westchester event at the Metropolis Country Club in White Plains to learn more about ADL’s educational programs, featuring No Place For Hate®, an initiative designed to create inclusive communities and empower schools to challenge all forms of bigotry.  The event also served as the launch of the Westchester Advisory

ADL Joins PS 72 for the 2nd Annual ‘A Day of Difference’ Event

On Sunday October 19th, members of ADL New York Region’s Next Generation Philanthropy Community (NGPC) and Education Committee visited PS 72 for A Day Of Difference, ADL NY’s 2nd annual volunteer day of service. About 40 Volunteers from the NGPC and Education Committee worked together with 30 students, parents and teachers to create and paint a mosaic mural based on ADL’s

ADL Launches Timely Speaker Program on Anti-Semitism

The New York Region is excited to launch a timely public program entitled “Anti-Semitism Today: Global to Local”. This program features ADL New York Regional Director Evan Bernstein and a discussion on the current state of international and local anti-Semitism in light of current conflict in the middle east and around the world. This presentation will assess where anti-Jewish beliefs

ADL New York Region Equips Students at Cornell University with Tools to Combat Anti-Israel Bias on Campus

On September 23, 2014, ADL New York was at Cornell University to conduct an interactive education program titled Words to Action: Empowering Jewish Students to Address Bias on Campus. ADL’s Words to Action program is designed to empower and equip Jewish college students with constructive and effective responses to combat anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias on campus. Cornell’s Jewish student leaders