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Conversation at 92nd Street Y on A Century Fighting Hate – 100 Years in ADL’s Battle Against Anti-Semitism

In honor of the Anti-Defamation League’s Centennial Year, the 92nd Street Y in New York City hosted a special program entitled A Century Fighting Hate–100 Years in ADL’s Battle Against Anti-Semitism on Tuesday, April 9 tracing the advancements Jews in America have made over the past 100 years in building a more diverse and tolerant America.  Moderated by Fordham University

Profile in Leadership – Charlotte K. Frank, Ph.D., SVP Research and Development, McGraw-Hill Companies

  Name:                    Charlotte K. Frank, Ph.D. Community:     New York City, New York Occupation:       Education ADL Role:            Co-chair, ADL Education Committee, New  York City National Commission, Campus and International Affairs and Executive  Committee of the New York Regional Board 1. What is your earliest memory of ADL? Throughout my high school and undergraduate work, ADL was always mentioned as a resource for

Security Advisories Sent After Boston Bombings and Suspicious Mailings

The bomb blasts that killed three people and injured nearly 200 others at the Boston Marathon, and suspicious mailings to government officials prompted security advisories from ADL to Jewish Institutions. While no law enforcement authorities saw indications of a direct threat to Jewish institutions, ADL sent the advisories as a reminder for such institutions, often the targets of anti-Semitic extremists,