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ADL New York Region Peer Trainers and Peer Leaders Participate in the 2014 National Youth Leadership Mission

On October 26, 2014, 20 ADL Peer Trainers and Peer Leaders from New York State traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the 2014 Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission. The New York delegation joined 95 other students from across the United States for four days of A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute programming designed to help students apply the lessons of the Holocaust

ADL New York Region’s Westchester Advisory Committee Hosts First Annual Event

On Tuesday, October 21st, approximately 80 guests attended the ADL in Westchester event at the Metropolis Country Club in White Plains to learn more about ADL’s educational programs, featuring No Place For Hate®, an initiative designed to create inclusive communities and empower schools to challenge all forms of bigotry.  The event also served as the launch of the Westchester Advisory

ADL Welcomes New York City High School Student Summer Interns

On Monday, July 7th, ADL welcomed 15 extraordinary high school students to participate in this year’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Summer Internship Program. The students come from a variety of racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, and were selected based on their leadership qualities and experience in ADL’s Peer Trainer and Peer Leadership Programs, an initiative that empowers students to

The Lawyers Division Welcomes the Participants of the 2014 Summer Associate Research Program

The New York Region Lawyers Division welcomed the next generation of legal leaders at the opening breakfast of the 2014 Summer Associate Research Program (SARP). The morning was hosted by Hahn & Hessen Associate and SARP Co-Chair Sarah Gryll. Over 35 summer associates representing 21 top firms attended. The featured speakers were Deborah Lauter, ADL’s Director of the Civil Rights

2014 No Place For Hate® Recognition Ceremony

Wednesday, May 21, 2014: Nearly 500 students and educators from 76 schools in New York and New Jersey were designated as “No Place For Hate®” during a ceremony at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts to celebrate the amazing work they did to fight hate and bias. Schools become certified as ‘No Place For Hate’  by using ADL’s resources