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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

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

Over 200 Schools in New York & New Jersey Recognized by ADL as No Place For Hate® in 2018

When we empower the next generation of leaders to promote inclusion and respect today, they become the inspirational change agents of tomorrow. In our annual No Place for Hate® Recognition Ceremonies, held this May in New York City and Albany, we proudly celebrated students and educators from 207 schools who committed to those values through working together to combat bias

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

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