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No Hate. No Fear. Solidarity March in NYC

Thank you for everyone who joined us January 5th, 2020 on foot and followed us online at #FightHateForGood as we marched through the streets of New York — proud, united and strong. ADL was on the front lines, in solidarity against antisemitism with communities across the country and partners in this fight. An estimated 25,000 people marched across the Brooklyn

#SHARETHELIGHT

Stand up against hate: #ShareTheLight At Hanukkah, we traditionally celebrate light. This year, we saw darkness after an attack in Monsey, NY at the home of a rabbi. Jews everywhere should be safe from violence. There have been a surge of anti-Semitic attacks in the New York and New Jersey area and ADL calls for increased protection for the Jewish

ADL New York/New Jersey Welcomes Summer High School Interns

We are excited to host the 12 student leaders who were chosen to participate in our summer internship program. These students previously completed ADL’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Peer-to-Peer programs in New York and New Jersey schools. The Peer Training Program began in the aftermath of the Crown Heights Riots in 1991. Student leaders at Clara Barton High School expressed

Support Asylum Seekers and Refugees: Join ADL in Taking Action

ADL is an organization that works to secure justice and fair treatment for everyone. ADL has always stood with asylum seekers and refugees. Immigration policy should not be based on spreading fear and intimidation throughout communities. Government officials, law enforcement, faith leaders and community members should come together to uphold community and American values in supporting immigrants and a create

Archdiocese of New York Hosts Interfaith Panel on Religious-Based Hate in the State

On June 20th, Regional Director Evan Bernstein spoke among a diverse group of interfaith leaders at the “Hate in Our World, Hate in Our City” panel hosted by the Archdiocese of New York and moderated by Rabbi Joseph Potasnik. The panel—including experts from New York law enforcement, district attorneys, and religious leaders–discussed a wide range of issues regarding hate crimes