Extremism and Antisemitism at the U.S. Capitol
ADL has been monitoring extremist rhetoric surrounding the violence that erupted on January 6th at the U.S. Capitol. We have published a number of pieces about ongoing displays of antisemitism, right-wing extremism and the mainstreaming of hate. Click here for continuous and up-to-date information.
New York/New Jersey Audit of Antisemitic Incidents: Year in Review 2019
Each year, ADL’s Center on Extremism tracks incidents of antisemitic harassment, vandalism, and assault in the United States. Since 1979, we have published this information in an annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents. In 2019 ADL tabulated 2,107 antisemitic incidents throughout the United States, a 12% increase from the 1,879 recorded in 2018 and the highest number on record since ADL
Online hate stokes fear, silences voices and causes harm to people’s personal and professional lives. Backspace Hate™ is ADL’s initiative supporting victims and targets of online hate and harassment by raising awareness and passing legislation to better hold perpetrators accountable for their actions online. When harassment pushes targets offline, perpetrators spew hateful messages and silence valuable voices. It’s time to
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