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Fighting Hate For Good: 2018 ADL NY/NJ Highlights

More than 100 years after ADL was founded, we are bearing witness to a rise of hatred and anti-Semitism unmatched in recent decades. ADL, along with our community of supporters and partners, recognizes the necessity of our work in preventing this bias and injustice from becoming normalized. This year, under the banner of a newly unified New York/New Jersey Region,

NextGen Outreach Network Hosts “Empowered Women Change the World” Event

ADL New York/New Jersey’s NextGen Community proudly hosted an Outreach Network Event entitled, “Empowered Women Change the World”. With over 60 guests in attendance, the event featured esteemed panelists Lauren Goldberg of Vereit Inc., NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Equity and Inclusion Dr. Tracie Keesee, Assemblywoman Nily Rozic, and Alexis Tryon of The Muse.  Our own Director of Community Engagement, Melanie

ADL NextGen Families Hosts First Ever Purim Carnival!

On Sunday, our New York NextGen Philanthropy Community hosted our first NextGen Families Purim Carnival; a day filled with celebration and learning. A special thank you to our NextGen Families Co-Chair, Amy Bakst for her dedication, passion and inspirational leadership, without which this event would not have been possible. We would also like to thank Roaine Fine of Itty Bitty Boppers for

ADL Celebrates Peace December

On Monday, December 18th, ADL Next Generation Outreach Network partnered with the New York Peace Coalition and Peace December as part of their annual celebration of the month of December as a month of peace. Sheikh Musa Drammeh sent us an inspiring message at our Peace December panel event: “If you change one mind, you can change the world. It only takes one person to change the world.” ADL