ADL Anti-Bias Experts to Host Free Webinar Series on Combating Hate in Schools

  September 11, 2013 Some of the leading experts in the field of bias prevention will present in a series of six free educational webinars titled “Building Respectful School Climates,” sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as part of its centennial celebration. The series, free to the public, strives to equip parents, students, and primarily educators with tools and strategies

ADL Leads National Coalition on Bullying

The ADL is proud to have organized a coalition of 49 national civil rights, religious, education, and professional organizations to submit comments to the Department of Education in support of changes to mandatory reporting on bullying and harassment incidents in schools. Read more.

Tri-State Catholic School Educators Explore History of Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust

            A group of 18 Catholic school educators from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut met at Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY from August 12-15 to learn about the history of anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and Catholic teachings on Jews and Judaism as part of the Bettina (z”l) and Erwin Pearl New York Bearing Witness™ Summer Institute.             The Institute is sponsored

ADL Condemns Racist Graffiti on Jackie Robinson Statue

Date: August 8, 2013 The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today expressed deep concern about racist graffiti, including racist expletives and the words “Heil Hitler” and a swastika spray-painted on the base of the Jackie Robinson statue outside the Brooklyn Cyclones stadium in Coney Island.             Etzion Neuer, ADL Acting New York Regional Director, issued the following statement:             The defacement of a public