Monthly Blog Archives: May 2017

ADL Recognizes 127 Downstate NY & Northern NJ Region Schools as ‘No Place For Hate’

On Wednesday, May 24th ADL New York proudly recognized students, educators and families from 127 schools across the five boroughs of NYC, Long Island, Westchester and Northern New Jersey for achieving “No Place for Hate” for their respective schools. No Place For Hate is an initiative designed to create inclusive communities and empower schools to challenge all forms of bigotry.

The 2017 ADL Albany No Place For Hate® Recognition Ceremony

On Thursday, May 18th, ADL Albany recognized 45 schools from the Capitol Region as No Place For Hate® for their commitment to creating bias and bully-free, inclusive learning environments. The recognition ceremony, held at the SUNY Albany Performing Arts Center, hosted over 350 students and educators who participated in the No Place Hate® program at their school and honored those

ADL calls on CCNY Interim President to Amend Statement

May 17, 2017 Interim President Vincent Boudreau Office of the President The City College of New York The Howard E. Wille Building, Room 300 160 Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031 Dear Interim President Boudreau: We write in regard to your May 12th statement concerning the altercation during a recent event at City College of New York (CCNY) featuring Ambassador Dani

ADL Summit Inspires Young Leaders to Take #ActionToImpact

More than 500 ADL leaders and Jewish activists from across the country gathered for ADL’s annual Shana Amy Glass National Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., where government officials, policy experts, journalists, opinion makers and other public figures addressed the participants on some of the most critical issues on the League’s agenda. See highlights from this year’s summit below! Video recordings of