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Over 350 Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference

Over 350 commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Edward Brodsky Legal Conference on Tuesday, March 11th at the Times Center in New York City.  It was titled The topic, American Democracy in the 21st Century: Voting Rights, Redistricting and Campaign Finance. The conference was moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, President & CEO of the National Constitution Center – featured an esteemed

Have You Made Your Year-End Gift to ADL New York?

At ADL New York, we educate through programming, advocacy and outreach. By supporting ADL, you are making a personal statement in the fight against hatred, bigotry and anti-Semitism through education. With 100 years of experience, we train local law enforcement to counter domestic extremism and hate crimes. We continue to be one of the nation’s leading bullying-prevention agencies with over

ADL’s Summer Interns Return with a Mission to Combat Hate

A racially, religiously and ethnically diverse group of fifteen high school students from New York City joined 106 student delegates from around the country at ADL’s 15th annual Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission  to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC November 17-20. The students explored modern and historic examples of bigotry and genocide and shared personal experiences with

ADL & Broadway: Side by Side Against Hate – November 25, 2013

ADL New York is set to honor three-time Tony Award winning producer Harriet Newman Leve (War Horse, La Cage Aux Folles), legendary lyricist Sheldon Harnick (Fiddler on the Roof, The Rothschilds) and up and coming producer Adam Blanshay (Kinky Boots, Bullets Over Broadway) in an evening commemorating the accomplishments of ADL through the songs of Broadway.    Click here for

Keeping the Dream Alive

On August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered what would become one of the most influential speeches in history, proclaiming to the world, “I have a dream.” Dr. King challenged America to imagine a day when “all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics,