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Extremist Shootouts with Police

Alarming Rate of Extremist Related Shootouts with Police

Since January 2009, ADL has tracked 70 incidents in which shots were fired between police and domestic ideological extremists. Eighty-four percent of those involved were purveyors of extreme right-wing ideologies.

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Anti-Semitic Assaults Rise Dramatically in 2015

ADL's annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents recorded a total of 941 incidents across the country in 2015, an increase of about 3 percent from the 912 incidents recorded in 2014.

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Police Officers at Los Angeles Museum

Protecting All People

An ADL program that helps build trust between law enforcement and the people they serve.

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Police officers listen to survivor testimony at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust’s virtual "Tree of Testimony."

Tackling Anti-Semitism and Cyberhate in Latin America

ADL experts participated in the First Global Forum Against Anti-Semitism, which aimed to address anti-Semitism in Latin America with discussions that focused on cyberhate, education, legislation and interfaith dialogue.

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UNESCO Director Condemns Attempts to Deny Jewish Connection to Jerusalem

The unequivocal statement by the body's director-general against politicized actions of member states will hopefully be heeded by responsible governments.

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Empowering Young People in the Aftermath of Hate

In the aftermath of violence, terrorism or other incidents, educators and families can give children the tools they need to understand what has happened and steps to challenge in safe and effective ways.

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