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ADL Hosts “Nation of Immigrants” Community Seder and Highlights the Urgent Need for Protect Our Courts Act in New York

On April 7, 2019, ADL New York/New Jersey hosted its first annual “A Nation of Immigrants” Community Seder in Co-op City in the Bronx. The idea for a community Seder is based on the continued relevance John F. Kennedy’s 1958 book, A Nation of Immigrants. “Every American who ever lived, with the exception of one group, was either an immigrant

Showing Solidarity in the Wake of New Zealand Shooting

The world mourned with Christchurch after the March 15th mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques ended the lives of 50 worshippers. Immediately after the shooting, our Regional Director Evan Bernstein joined community and faith leaders at Makki Masjid Muslim Community Center to pay respect to shooting victims. Evan called for unity, saying “they are expecting us to break and

Reflections on Poland: An Interview with Pastor Gil Monrose and Evan Bernstein

March 20, 2019 Interview with Pastor Gil Monrose and Evan Bernstein From March 3rd to March 7th, two leaders in their respective faith communities traveled through Holocaust memorial sites in Poland in an effort to learn more about each other and further their collaboration at home in Brooklyn. Evan Bernstein is the New York/New Jersey Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation

Marymount School of NY Students Submit Grant to Support ADL NY/NJ Programs

Tenth grade students from Marymount School of New York visited the ADL New York/New Jersey office this week to learn more the our work and how they can directly support our programs in the region. The program that brought this group of bright students to our office is called the Marymount Philanthropy and Community Transformation Program, or M-PACT. The M-PACT

ADL in Albany Unites 300 Students & Educators for Annual STOP Conference at Siena College

Nearly 300 students and educators from 30 schools from across the greater capital district attended the STOP Conference at Siena College on January 11th 2019. The STOP conference is held in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and provides a platform for middle and high school students to engage in anti-bias education and skill building. During the morning breakout