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ADL’s Summer Interns Return with a Mission to Combat Hate

A racially, religiously and ethnically diverse group of fifteen high school students from New York City joined 106 student delegates from around the country at ADL’s 15th annual Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission  to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC November 17-20. The students explored modern and historic examples of bigotry and genocide and shared personal experiences with

ADL New York’s Broadway Event Inspires

“The Anti-Defamation League & Broadway: Side by Side Against Hate for 100 Years”, ADL New York’s Centennial concert, brought together some of theatre’s brightest stars to commemorate 100 years of ADL accomplishments through the songs of Broadway. The event, held at the historic Hudson Theatre, entertained and challenged the audience of over 450 ADL supporters, Broadway veterans, local educators, students

This Week at ADL NY – 6/28

This week at ADL we advocated for (and celebrated) the passage of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act in the Senate. We hosted the Verdict: ADL Amicus Briefs of the 2012 – 2013 Supreme Court Term for our Young Lawyers Division where we reviewed the various amicus briefs we took part in filing over the past year.

5.24 Week in Review

This week we hosted Cameron Brown of Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies, for a presentation on shifting demographics and American public support for Israel. Our Latino-Jewish Roundtable also focused on Israel with a conversation on perceptions and reality, and what this has to do with the US Latino communities. We condemned an apparent anti-gay shooting in the