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Latino and Jewish students cross boundaries, learn cultures

Over the course of three Sundays, Latino and Jewish high school students had the opportunity to learn about each other’s cultures and their shared American heritage as Latino-Jewish Youth Ambassadors.  Students visited sites of cultural significance including Taller Borricua, a Latino art space in the historic Barrio section of New York and the Yeshiva University Museum at the Center for

Week in review

This week we released an Imagine a World Without Hate educators’ guide, a companion to the ADL’s viral video that brings discussion of bullying, prejudice and hate to the classroom. We had a briefing on The Quest for Equity and Fair Treatment in 2013 and held a peer leadership training at a local school teaching students to stand up against

Every week, we write a roundup of the work we’ve been doing to keep you informed on what has been happening around the office. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into what keeps us busy each day. This week our Glass Leadership Institute had its final session, in which participants focused on development and leadership. We celebrated Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem

Week in Review

Every week, we write a roundup of the work we’ve been doing to keep you informed on what has been happening around the office. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into what keeps us busy each day. This week we celebrated our centennial with a summit and gala in Washington D.C. attended by over 1,000 people. Highlights included remarks by

Has Our National Focus on Bullying Gone Too Far?

ADL’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute has been a market leader in the development and delivery of anti-bias and diversity training and resources for over twenty years. In that time, The Institute began to address the issue of bullying after recognizing that some of the most serious cases of bullying that occur in schools are the result of bias based