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ADL Albany Recognizes 66 schools from Upstate New York as “No Place for Hate®” schools

On Tuesday, May 7th, ADL Albany recognized 66 schools from the Capital Region as No Place For Hate® schools, honoring their commitment to school climate improvement, bullying prevention and anti-bias education for the 2018-2019 school year. The recognition ceremony, held at Shenendehowa High School East, hosted over 500 students and educators who participated in the No Place Hate® program at

ADL in Albany Unites 300 Students & Educators for Annual STOP Conference at Siena College

Nearly 300 students and educators from 30 schools from across the greater capital district attended the STOP Conference at Siena College on January 11th 2019. The STOP conference is held in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and provides a platform for middle and high school students to engage in anti-bias education and skill building. During the morning breakout

Attention Schools and Administrators! No Place For Hate® Registration Now Open

ADL New York / New Jersey is excited to open registration for the 2018-2019 No Place For Hate® program! The program provides a framework that empowers schools to create and sustain a respectful and inclusive learning environment. Last year, over 207 schools in the New York / New Jersey Region and over 1,700 schools nationwide successfully completed the program. Now is

Students Gather to Create Change at the Annual STOP Conference

On January 12th, 2018 schools in the Greater Capital District of Upstate New York attended the 14th annual Students Together Opposing Prejudice (STOP) conference; hosted by Siena College and facilitated by the Anti-Defamation League. All together 240 students and 40 Educators from 30 schools were in attendance. The STOP conference is held in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

ADL New York Student Leaders Travel to Washington D.C. For 2017 National Youth Leadership Mission

The National Youth Leadership Mission uses the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum as an educational tool to provide a substantive and effective program to help students apply the important lessons of the Holocaust to modern-day issues of bigotry and hate. In November 2017, a diverse group of high school students from across the country who demonstrated leadership potential, interest in addressing