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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 anti-Semitism 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 Responds to the Recent String of Anti-Semitic Attacks in Brooklyn

Evan Bernstein joined Jewish leaders, Speaker Corey Johnson and other members of the New York City Council for a press conference on the disturbing uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in Brooklyn. In the past two weeks, ADL issued press releases on two alleged anti-Semitic assaults of Orthodox men in the Williamsburg area, offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to

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